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Discussions among parents of kids or babies with CD. Non-celiacs can discuss their experiences dealing with a friend or loved one with the disease.

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  1. Ideas For A Gluten-free Tea Party

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  2. Major "awwwww" Moment At School

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  3. Ds' Big Teeth Are Coming In Very Yellow

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  5. Ebay Christmas Shopping - Fryer

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  6. Test Results Are In

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  7. Kids Support Group In Roseville Ca

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  8. Oat Flour?

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  9. I'm So Thankful

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  10. We Saw The Pedi....how Frustrating!

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  11. Getting My Granddaughter Soon - Yikes!

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  12. Susie's Enterolab Results

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  13. I'm New Here, Just Saying Hi

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  14. Big Thankyou And A Couple More Questions!

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  15. Drs Blame Everything On Celiac

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  16. How Can I Get Dh Fully On Board?

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  17. When Do You Introduce Gluten To Baby?

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  18. Fantastic News!

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  19. Is Popcorn At A Football Game Safe?

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  20. My Poor Baby

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  21. I Cant Do This Anymore

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  22. Yet Another Poop Question

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