Posts in The Journey
What the heck!?

Most days I feel pretty in control of Fletcher's allergies. I read labels, I cook most things from scratch. I know what I am doing at this point. But every once and a while I'm thrown a curveball.

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Thank you!

An open letter to anyone who has ever made a sacrifice to keep my child and every allergy kid safe. THANK YOU!!!!

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Love and Learning in the Kitchen

My mom is an excellent cook. She is never afraid to try new things and experiment. I have so many great memories in the kitchen with her and my siblings. She always involved us when she was baking/cooking even though the mess was always greater and it took twice as long as it should. 

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Update

A little update on our lives. Since I haven’t blogged in over a year. A lot has happened!

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Scared of Everything

I think when you become a parent everything becomes scarier.  Having a child who has food allergies makes parenting even more terrifying.

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Tree Nut Diagnosis

Everyone's experience with their allergy diagnosis is different and unique.  I often get asked about Fletcher's, so I thought I'd share our experience. 

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Surviving the Toddler Tonsillectomy

10 tips to get through a toddler tonsillectomy.

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Tonsillectomy & Adenoidectomy - The Good, The Bad & The UGLY

Getting through a toddler tonsillectomy and adenoidectomy is not easy, but there is light at the end of the tunnel!

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Living in Fear

When your child has life-threatening tree nut allergies and you aren't sure if he said, "I just ate a nut" or "That clown has a big butt" things get a little dicey. 

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Allergic to (almost) everything

Allergies suck.  They do. But it is amazing how kids can adapt.

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Where it all began.

When Fletcher was 9 months old he had milk for the first time. The results were not ideal.  But this isn't really where it all began, there were signs before.

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