Our Birth Appendix – Nutrition Worksheets

October 3, 2011 at 12:59 am 2 comments

For our Bradley Method classes, we had to write down what we ate every day.  This was so our instruction could monitor our protein and calcium intake.  In addition, she would make suggestions about vegetables and eggs.  Although my diet was far from perfect, I did find the exercise to be helpful with limiting my Tollhouse Cookiewich intake.

My Nutrition Worksheets and Teacher Comments are below.  You can click on an image to go to Flickr where you can view Larger Sizes (Actions->View All Sizes). If you happen to be curious about what I ate, have at it. Otherwise, this post will help me remember that the very last thing I ate before my water broke was…. a lollipop! 🙂

Week 0
Week 0

Week 1
Week 1

Week 1 – Teacher Comments
Week 1 Comments

Week 2
Week 2

Week 2 – Teacher Comments
Week 2 Comments

Week 3
Week 3

Week 3 – Teacher Comments
Week 3 Comments

Week 4
Week 4

Week 5
Week 5

Week 6 – My Notes
I don’t have my official Nutrition Worksheet for this week. The teacher hands your sheets back at the following class. I missed that particular class due to Sagan’s early birth. It turns out though, I had some notes of my meals before I transcribed them to the Nutrition Worksheet.

Week 6 Notes

Week 7
Week 7


Entry filed under: Bradley Method, Pregnancy, Uncategorized.

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  • 2. Kitty  |  October 4, 2011 at 12:57 pm

    Wasn’t Bradley training fun? I remember loving (and dreading) keeping track of everything I ate. Being mostly vegetarian/vegan it also helped me confirm that I do, indeed, eat plenty of protein!! I also had a nice wide range of colorful veggies. As for the waiting on the junk… I did wait until after my nutrition tracking was over to indulge in a plate of Friendly’s loaded waffle fries and ice cream sundae! haha Eiw!


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