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Friday, November 21, 2008

Where do I begin?

Let me start by saying Hello. I am a mom of 2 boys 8 and 6. My younger boy has PDD-Nos. I finally got the people in his life to agree to follow my lead and have my child go gluten free and cassein free. I believe that even with all the bumbling I will do my son will be better at the end of the day. I am keeping this blog so I can see what I have done and where I have been.

Jordan finally got his shadow at school this week. It is so nice to not have to spend 2 hours trying to get him to focus on a simple worksheet. I have decided to go cf first over christmas break because then I will have total control.

I have been adding rice milk, very little to the bottom of his milk cup for every meal. He can smell and taste the difference but watches me pour the milk in his cup so can't quite figure it out.
I sent my mom to Whole Foods this week. Which is no small task considering the closest is 1 1/2 hours away. Luckily there is also a Trader Joes there also. I had her get some hemp milk which is good but not really worth the drive when I can get almond milk in the next town 30 mins away. I also had her see if she could find a cereal that had colors but no dyes or preservatives. She found Fruity Bunnies by Annie's. Now I know that it isn't considered gf because of the oats but it is better than fruit loops. Anyways I showed him the box and made a big deal about this new cereal that I found. He just looked at me like I was nuts. Now you have to know we have a rabbitt and the box has a picture of a rabbit on the front. I hear out of his mouth "Mother (why he calls me that and not mom I don't know) why are you making me eat food for the rabitt." After I quit laughing I had to roll my eyes now what. I was happy that he asked a why question but come on. He ended up taking a tiny tip of the tongue lick before he decided it wasn't any good. That sucks since the cereal was $3.99. I tried feeding it to my older son but I guess everyone was on a yuck kick. Luckily I have a home daycare and they will eat anything.

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