Weekend Soiree #65: A game of comment interaction

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The game is easy! I will ask a question. The first person who comments will answer my question, and will leave a question for the next person to answer. This next person will answer that question, and leave a question for the next next person to answer. I am sure you get it!

To make things more fun, the questions have to reflect the chosen theme. For example, if the theme is VEGETABLES, all questions should relate to that topic. How do you enjoy your brussel sprouts? Do you have any techniques to get your kids to eat their greens? As much as possible, let’s not repeat the questions for added fun! You are welcome to play more than once.

Let’s take a look at or remember or dream of baby bumps for our 65th weekend soiree!

The theme: PREGNANCY

The question: What food couldn’t you get enough of when you were pregnant?

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Credit: Image by biewoef

10 Comments on Weekend Soiree #65: A game of comment interaction

  1. Christianne
    May 30, 2009 at 5:38 am (11 years ago)

    Aside from Filipino food which I couldn’t get (otap! espasol! Jollibee Chickenjoy!) I had to have Nutella on toast everyday 😀

    How did you tell your husband you were pregnant?

    Christiannes last blog post..Quality time

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  2. pinayhekmi
    May 30, 2009 at 10:24 am (11 years ago)

    I ate at Chili’s once a freaking week ordering their contry-style chicken strips (read: fried). I always ordered it with rice and corn on the cob. sometimes, I ordered from there twice. Chili’s was across the office I worked back then. God, no wonder I gained 40 lbs.! But they were my favorite.

    To answer Christianne’s question: I just ran downstairs, screaming and telling him I just got a positive test! he made me take another one. Haha. When it was positive too we jumped up and down, told my brother who heard us screaming and we played loud music and danced. Good memories.

    Question: Did your libido increase or decrease when you got pregnant/your spouse got pregnant?

    pinayhekmis last blog post..Random Pictures From My Files: Back Alley in Rabat

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  3. Rach (Heart of Rachel)
    May 31, 2009 at 12:39 am (11 years ago)

    There was a point that it increased, however, I had a delicate pregnancy so it was a no-no. :)

    Q: How did you share the good news to family and friends?

    Rach (Heart of Rachel)s last blog post..Photo Hunt :: Book(s)

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  4. maver
    May 31, 2009 at 12:43 am (11 years ago)

    a: i typed (+) in my yahoo messenger status. hehehe.

    b: what baby gender were/are you secretly hoping for?

    mavers last blog post..La.Pi.S. #47: PEARLY SHELLS

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  5. Marie
    May 31, 2009 at 8:27 am (11 years ago)

    Hubby and I are wanting a girl. But, if boy, edi boy! :) We are just excited to be parents!

    How did you cope with feeling nauseated all day everyday?? (Am still at this stage, and it is driving me up the wal so tips would be greatl!)

    Maries last blog post..Sooner than later

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  6. JO
    June 1, 2009 at 5:25 am (11 years ago)

    My answer to Christianne’s Q — I sent him a text message saying “Congratulations Daddy!” and he immediately called back.

    My answer to Pinayhekmi’s Q — I believe it was the same.

    My answer to Rach’s Q — We actually waited 3 months before announcing my pregnancy… some beliefs.

    My answer to Maver’s Q — We wanted a boy and we got it.

    My answer to Marie’s Q — Sorry, but I didn’t feel nauseated at all. I had an easy pregnancy until the 9th month, then it was pre-eclampsia.

    QUESTION: What are/were the food that you crave for???

    JOs last blog post..Red Rock Canyon, Nevada

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  7. JO
    June 1, 2009 at 5:27 am (11 years ago)

    ooopss… sorry, that was Toni’s question already…

    QUESTION: Did people tell you you look pretty or ugly during your pregnancy?

    JOs last blog post..Red Rock Canyon, Nevada

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  8. Catherine Dy
    June 1, 2009 at 3:17 pm (11 years ago)

    I got mixed opinions. Of course the ones who predicted we were having a girl said I looked prettier. The ones who predicted we were having a boy just said I looked prettier….when I wasn’t pregnant yet. They probably knew not to mess with a pregnant woman.

    Did you feel unreasonably irritated with certain people when you were pregnant? Basing it on the Pinoy belief of ‘naglilihi.”

    Catherine Dys last blog post..Our First Date

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  9. kreez
    June 2, 2009 at 7:00 pm (11 years ago)

    A: No, I didn’t have any irritaions/aversion or liked anyone/anything in particular. I’m on my 4th month now but I don’t have any signs of “paglilihi”.

    Q: Did you join/are you planning to join birthing classes? If yes what kind and if you already joined before how was it?

    kreezs last blog post..My Package of Joy

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  10. MrsG from New Zealand!
    June 3, 2009 at 11:53 am (11 years ago)

    During my pregnancy, I craved for green and yellow mangoes. More on yellow mangoes. By the time I gave birth, I must have eaten crates and crates of yellow mangoes.

    Oh and the jolly jeep banana-Qs as well. Yum yum yum!

    MrsG from New Zealand!s last blog post..Bad News come in Threes?

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