Annie, my pregnant daughter-in-law's diet is a hot mess!

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Posted: Sunday, June 23, 2013 12:00 am

Dear Annie: I'm very concerned about my pregnant daughter-in-law's diet. She studied nutrition in college, but you'd never know it.

My son, his wife and their two little children drove here for an overnight visit so we could see them before her next child is born in August. I know they ate at a fast-food place during the drive. I can understand that. But during their 24-hour visit, my pregnant daughter-in-law drank nothing but soda, and even that wasn't sweet enough for her, so she added syrup to it. For breakfast, I made eggs, fruit and toast. She had a chocolate candy bar and more soda. I cringed when I saw her two toddlers drinking from her super-sized drink and eating pieces of her candy bar.

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