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Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies The day after I blogged that we got the 504, I started a blog on “how” we got the 504. I decided that I wouldn’t blog again until I finished documenting the process. The blog ... Read on »
Cloudy with a Chance of a Discriminatory Movie by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies My parents are baby-sitting (can I get a hallelujah?) next weekend! Grammy has already planned a shopportunity with the little guy to Tilly’s for new shoes. Turns out the litt ... Read on »
It’s a 10-4 on the 504 by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies And breath... Finally, I can relax. My shoulder’s (which now have a permanent hunch from my incessant Google searching) can now lower into a more human pose. I can now, fro ... Read on »
Sweet and Spicy by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies First of all, let me apologize for the picture above. I had to take it with my Mac because there isn’t one single working battery in the house for the camera. There must be a ... Read on »
Hold the Mayo - Not the Applause by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies I’d like to thank my grandmother for teaching me how to knead bread...and to my husband for his love of lunch meat...but mostly I’d like to thank my son for inspiring me to ma ... Read on »
MedicAlert by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies My son started wearing a MedicAlert bracelet when he was just three years old. I liked that fact that if he had an allergic reaction or if he were lost, all of his medical inf ... Read on »
Confession Time is Over by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies After a pint of Cherry Garcia, a glass of red wine, and six hours of sleep - I’M BACK! No more crying, now I’m ready to do my job as the parent of a food allergic child and ... Read on »
Confession Time by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Today I watched as a school administrator ripped the security my son felt at school out from under him. I held my child as he wept asking me why someone would be so mean. ... Read on »
Food Allergy Thesis by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Before moving to Florida last year, I was working on my MSW, Master of Social Work, at Indiana University. I had big dreams of using this degree along with my Political Scienc ... Read on »
What’s for lunch? by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Any other food allergic mom out there staying close to the phone/checking that all five bars are showing on your cell/ or casually dropping by the school to volunteer around l ... Read on »
Peanut Pranksters Delinquents by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Local teens are getting more “creative” when it comes to vandalism. In Connecticut these pranksters are repeatedly wiping peanut butter on surfaces at a Borders Bookstore. The ... Read on »
Welcome to Holland by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies I read an article by Emily Perl Kingsley entitled, “Welcome to Holland”. The story is about the emotional complexities of parenting a child with a disability. I found that as ... Read on »
Granola Bars by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies It is official, the little guy is allergic to peanuts, tree nuts, sesame and soy. Having two new foods to deal with is a challenge, especially at the grocery store. With ... Read on »
A trip to the park by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Today the little guy and I were walking in the park. The trees seemed to have burst into brilliant green canopies, the sky was robin egg blue with fluffy cotton ball clouds sc ... Read on »
Chai by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Every morning when I wake up my first thought is COFFEE. Call me a bad mother for not saying my first thought is my son or call me a bad wife because hubby doesn’t top the lis ... Read on »
Organic Rice by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Our family is finally and consistently eating organic fruits and veggies. As I read more about our food supply and the importance of monitoring how and where all our food is g ... Read on »
New Allergy? by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies The little guy has been very mysterious lately. Not Harry Potter mysterious, but “what is that on your face?” mysterious. We keep finding unexplainable hives around his mouth. ... Read on »
Food Allergies - Anaphylaxis = not bad by KGuy 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies Food allergies have been good and bad for our family. The Good We are a closer and healthier family because of our experiences with food. It has provided multiple ... Read on »
Salmon Burgers by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies We are trying to incorporate more fish into our family diet. As much as I would personally like to be a vegetarian, I think that if I declared our home meat free it would: ... Read on »
Can you hear me now? by KGuy Posted in: Blog Posts in Allergies I was reading the peanut allergy news from my above tab and I stumbled upon an article entitled, “AT&T: Keep Your Landline Or You’ll Die Alone Of Peanut Allergy”. The article ... Read on »