My super power

If I were a super hero, my power would be sniffing out the bad guys. The smell of everything in my house is slowly driving me insane and not helping with the nausea that has suddenly begun welcoming me each morning. I’m just glad no one I know smokes, because I plan to throw up on the next person who comes near me with a cigarette. That includes YOU, lady in the car next to me at the stoplight. Don’t think you’re safe, I still move really fast for a pregnant chick.


6 Responses to “My super power”

  1. stacyinbean says:

    lol. I remember when my mother was pregnant, I was 11 or 12, and she went through a period where she washed EVERYTHING (curtains, rugs, towels, comforters, sheets, etc.) because the smells were KILLING her. I thought she was totally bonkers, good to know she wasn’t the only one!

  2. FF says:

    My mother is like this all the time. Pregnant or not. She claims she can smell WATER BOILING. I claim that she’s crazy.

  3. myrtlebeachbum says:

    Once when I was growing people inside me, I threw up on the sidewalk on my way to class as I was passing the cafeteria. The smell was just too much. The sidewalk didn’t really have it coming, but smokers do, and if you have any projectile vomiting skills, I suggest you use them on the next smoker you encounter and report back here immediately. That shit is blogging gold, I tell you!

  4. Trashtastic says:

    I could NEVER eat anything I cooked, after standing there, smelling it. Needless to say, we ate fast food/takeout A LOT. One trip included, Taco Bell, McDonalds, & Jason’s Deli.

  5. Meg says:

    Awww, poor baby. I never got morning sickness, but the only thing I hate more than a queasy stomach, is actually throwing up. Hopefully, you’ll find some home remedy that helps minimize the feeling.

  6. sarrible says:

    I hear ginger helps. Not just ginger ale, but even the smell of fresh ginger. Feel better, sweetheart.

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