because someone has to do it.
Thank you so much for your comments.I REALLY REALLY don't want her to be gluten intolerant. REALLY REALLY ! Oh my gosh the time in cooking with seperate pans and not cross contaminating. It is enough to make my mind spin beyond the spin cycle it's already caught in.I also don't want her to be sick and suffer. I'm really glad that if we have to go gluten free....I'll have an expert to ask all of my questions to :)
I know just how much you don't want that to have to be her reality! I want your little girl to get better and not be sick, just miraculously, all on her own without any medicine or procedures. No more night terrors or emotional changes, just a happy healthy little girl. After they've ruled out all the medical causes they can think of I hope they look for food causes before just shrugging their shoulders and sticking her on drugs. The year I got really sick was so hard because no one would help me figure out what was wrong. They thought I was crazy and just making stuff up. It must be a hundred times harder watching her be sick! If you have to deal with a food intolerance, I will help you in any way that I can. You have no idea the hard days I've had where my only positives were reading a few good blogs, laughing along with all your boys' antics and hoping the next day was easier for you. I'll keep you all in my thoughts.