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2015 #MylanEvent

*I attended the Mylan Blogger Summit meeting last week (May 2015) in California. Mylan paid for all of my travel expenses and for my Disneyland Resort park ticket in exchange for my evaluation and feedback on information presented during the meeting. All comments made by me about EpiPen (epinephrine injection) Auto-Injector, Mylan, and/or the Mylan […]

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Cherry Pie for PI- Day

In celebration of PI-Day 3.1415… I am going to share one of my favorite recipes! My mom was a fabulous pie maker! She loved the crust, which I confess was never really my favorite part. That is why Pumpkin Pie was always one of my favorites- only one crust! The exception to that was my […]

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Food Allergy Press Coverage

 Maine parents, doctors digest news that exposure to peanuts may reduce risk of allergies There’s hope, concern – and guilt that prevention might have been possible. by Meredith Goad of the Portland Press Herald http://www.pressherald.com/2015/02/28/maine-parents-and-doctors-react-to-the-news-that-peanut-allergies-may-be-preventable-by-exposure/ Photo by John Patriquin/Portland Press Herald The week Jacob had his surgery was the tail end of the recent 2015 AAAAI […]

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Amanda’s Own Easter Give-Away Contest!

The winter doldrums are upon us. I dread every incoming winter storm, and loathe the melting snow and ankle deep mud that will be my driveway for the next 1-2 months. I curse my dog every time he goes out, then comes in leaving muddy paw prints all over my floors; which does nothing for […]

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Loaded Chocolate Cereal Bars

My son has multiple food allergies, so finding safe treats has been hard, but with EoE foods can be added or taken away depending on noted reactions- as a result of resent food trials and scopes, we recently have been able to add rice back into his diet. This is huge, because it greatly expands […]

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Examining Educational Options [part 1]

My son Jacob is 3 1/2. He will be turning 4 in early September. I have been having some anxiety since LAST August about the idea of him starting Pre-K. I have had “Research schools for Jacob” on my to-do list since then! My anxiety issues are compounded by his health concerns. Jacob is a […]

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Valentine’s Day

Ah, Valentine’s Day, romance fills the air- but don’t let your guard down- there are dangers lurking everywhere for those who suffer from allergies! In a recent Mylan survey revealed that “as many as one in three parents report that their children with life-threatening allergies have experienced anaphylaxis on Valentine’s Day.” Naturally we may think- candy […]

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Epipen Summit Part 3

I had the honor and pleasure of attending a food allergy blogger conference at The Strand Hotel, in New York City this week.  There is something truly magical getting to meet people you know virtually, through Twitter, Facebook, their articles, posts, books and blogs. We all came to this meeting with no idea who the […]

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Caleb’s Allergy Test & Halloween!

I took Caleb in for new allergy testing this morning!~ Probably not the best way to start Halloween!~Poor kid! Caleb first did an asthma assessment, because of how often he was sick last year. Every cold ended up with antibiotics or Prednisone because with the combo of his asthma, his lungs were pneumonia sounding! Caleb will be starting […]

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Our “New Normal”

I have been meaning to write an update for everyone for a few weeks now.  We have been adjusting to our new normal with of living with a feeding tube. Jacob got his feeding tube put in on Monday, October 1st. The surgery went well. We were in the hospital for the day. Thursday night […]

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