Monthly Archives: April 2011

What has happened in the last days.

So we started the diet almost 4 weeks ago? 3 and something I guess. The first days little Son was so upset, cranky and did tantrum after tantrum. I tough it was the “terrible 2’s” stage starting. Haven knows My … Continue reading

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Found this Blog.

Awesome Blog for those who are starting a Gluten Free diet. Of course I have to add the Casein restrictions but is pretty good start. I almost finish reading it and My favorite one is the “where to start” 🙂 … Continue reading

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Butter substitute

I cook a lot. And I used to cook more before. I love to cook and bake. I miss the baking now, as all of my recipes are filled with milk, butter and flour. And Well the 3 of them … Continue reading

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Clapping

So we started the diet 15 days ago. The therapist had come twice during those 15 days One was to set the new therapies schedule that will start until next Friday so she didn’t work with my son. And the … Continue reading

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He is imitating!!!

He is imitating!. For the common mom this is like “and?!?!” when one is talking about a 22 month old kid. Kids start imitating their parents faces younger than that. Mine didn’t My boy didn’t imitate us at all. I … Continue reading

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Dumb things that cross my mind

It might sound dumb as they are things I shouldn’t be worried about. But I’m. And I’m know it is dumb. Things as. ” He is never going to taste a great Chocolate Malt!”Those kind of things. Most of them … Continue reading

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Tired

I’m tired. Mentally tired. Not physically.. Should be physically to as I should be running 5K by now but I stopped jogging. I stop exercising when I get depress. When I should do it the most. Weird. – I might … Continue reading

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