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She Gets It
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Just wanted to share this. My 12 yr old was diagnosed in May. She had no symptoms but was small stature. She has gained 5lbs and grown 3inches. I purchased rice crackers the other day. She called me at work and told me they were baked at a company where other products were also baked with wheat. ALA cross contamination. She thought we should throw them away and we did. I'm so proud of her. I wasn't so careful I just assumed...rice cracker ...this is ok. I'm lucky she reads labels. :D

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That's great! Aren't kids amazing in what they learn and deal with! Sometimes I think kids do a better job than adults with life's little issues!

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Very good! Now. . .if only my 17 year old brother would get that.

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Tonight at supper, my husband said he was going to binge on Italian bread prior to his next bunch of tests -- first round were equivocal, but it looks like celiac disease -- and my 11 y.o. pats him on the hand

"Dad--don't worry. Just stick with me and I'll show you the ropes"

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Awww!

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Haha!!!

Some kids are just adults trapped in a small person's body ;)

You've done well!

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