Hey, if you qualify for WIC, do it. I don't know much about the program, but if they're willing to give you subsidized or even free food, that gives you more money to put toward other things your baby needs (or even put it toward saving for college). Definitely talk to your doctor about what foods to avoid, or do a basic google search. You'll turn up more information than you wanted. I do know that sushi's out, as far as seafood goes, but I don't think regular, cooked fish is ENTIRELY out, just one of those "don't eat more than X times a week/month". It's to do with the levels of mercury in the fish, not the relative healthiness of it. Mostly, just try to eat sensibly. No matter what people tell you, you aren't ACTUALLY eating for two! Pregnancy is not an excuse to go for the second piece of cake! And listen to what your body tells you, in regard to cravings. I had a co-worker who loved bananas. The first time she tried to eat one while pregnant, she got violently ill. Turned out her baby is allergic to bananas! Who knew??? Congratulations!