Hi friends, today I’m flipping back my hair to talk about things pregnancy has taught me about cooking.
“OK, why exactly is she writing about pregnancy now?”
Surrrrpriiise! If you haven’t already seen my Instagram announcement a little while ago, lemme tell you something exciting: We’re expecting our second
sleep depriver extraordinaire tiny human.
Very, very soon.
The reason why I didn’t make an announcement at a more reasonable time is pretty simple: I was grossly sick for the better part of this year. As in, I couldn’t even look at pictures of food anymore.
Awesome situation when I’m supposed to be very invested in, you know, recipes and stuff.
And now you also know why I only published a handful of posts so far in 2016. #bloggeroftheyearaward
But it’s not like I was just resting my unicorn legs either (though I’m doing it pretty regularly now with this whole summer and heat thing going on). I actually learned a lot during this not-so-easy time.
With a toddler at home, I especially learned about having to handle food when you really, really, actually don’t want to.
So here are the top 5 things pregnancy has taught me about cooking food for a family when you really don’t want to: