I did a bit of research and found that hobbits typically eat seven meals a day:
supper (aka Captain Crunch cereal in bed at 10 p.m. for me!)
He's right, I really DO eat like a hobbit!
In my 12th week, the last week of my first trimester, the babies are the size of a plum. Male or female organs are clearly visible and may be detected via ultrasound. My uterus is growing and will slowly make it's way north in the 2nd trimester. If I poke at my uterus now, since the babies reflexes have developed, they will wiggle and squirm in response even though I can't feel it. That amazes me!I'm definitely feeling a lot better, but I notice that if I don't eat every 2 hours, I start to get a bit shaky. Last Friday, I woke up early in the morning to get ready for work and while I was in my bathroom, I started to feel dizzy. I went downstairs to make myself a bowl of cereal and I started sweating and blackness crept into my eyes. I sat on the floor until it passed then stood up, grabbed my cereal and went to eat it while watching my lady-crush, Ann Curry. I called my ob/gyn, and the nurse told me that she gets a call like this every day and it's totally normal, I just need to eat more frequently. I was only awake for a half hour though! Does she want me to eat immediately upon waking?! I can barely drag myself out of bed to take a shower! Thankfully, it hasn't happened since.