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#1 DLayman

 
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Posted 04 January 2004 - 12:04 PM

Well after 4 1/2 weeks of feeding our 2 year old the 1/2 slice of bread a day.. Bam!!! He is back at those loverly icky diapers complete with mucous! :wacko:
This will be a fun two and half weeks.. <_<
I was hoping we would be able to keep it at the not so bad peanut buttery level but it looks like he has hit his limit.. The poor kid!!! :(

Ok it will be over
SOON!!!!
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Posted 04 January 2004 - 04:28 PM

I feel bad for your little boy, and for you having to change all the diapers....
I feel so blessed, for a couple of reasons. (1) My kids are out of diapers! :rolleyes: and (2) they don't have to go back on gluten after experiencing what life is like off of it. I won't let them be gluten-free until they are done testing, too hard to do a gluten challenge on a child. I just wish the doctors would hurry up a bit. Don't they realise what we have to live with everyday! :huh: I guess not. Did you ever take your son in to have the doctor change his messy diaper?? :P hehe that would be so funny to see the doctors reaction!
God bless.
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Posted 07 January 2004 - 01:19 AM

I'm feeling for both of you and for your children too. I hope that these tests are completed soon, and that all will go well for you as you discover what is really going on with you children. Best wishes and "hang in there!" Welda
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