Importance of a Support Group

I’m not usually the type of person that asks for much help with things, at least from an emotional standpoint. I often times bottle things up too much, which inevitably leads to an explosion at some point. It’s not healthy, and I’ve learned more than ever over the last year that it is┬ánecessary┬áto ask for […]

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First Food Challenge – Soy!

I encourage everyone to go to the grocery store, pick up a handful of items, and look at the labels. One of the most common ingredients listed in the allergen section, is soy. It’s actually superrr shocking, and was totally eye opening when we received our diagnosis earlier this year. When we were told to […]

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Gluten Free Play Dough!

Gluten Free Play Dough

Ohhh play dough. A childhood staple. It was always one of my favorite “toys” growing up, and Noah loved it when we introduced it a while ago. He loves to have mommy and daddy roll it into balls, and then he will smash it, and repeat. Roll, smash, roll, smash. This seriously goes on forever. […]

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Six Months…

…That’s how long it’s been since Noah’s anaphylactic reaction to tasting peanut butter. Six months since I became a crazy allergy mom. Six months since the scariest day of my life. Our lives have been forever changed from that moment. Lots of highs, and many many lows over the last few months. I want to […]

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