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First Kiddie Birthday Party, I Ate Carrot Sticks

Entry posted by nvsmom · - 488 views

I took my boys to a kiddie birthday party today, and it was the first time that I felt like I'm missing something. They had a wonderful cheesecake, various bowls of chips (no idea of the brands), a few other snacks, and a plate of veggies. I ate a few carrot sticks.

It wasn't awful passing up on homemade cheesecake... okay, yes it was awful but it was do able. I didn't even pout. But I can see where the limited diet will get really annoying in a year or so when this diet grows tiresome.

I suppose I'm fortunate that I have many friends who are... well, health nuts and they already eat largely gluten free for no medical reason, so when I'm out with them it won't be a big deal. In fact, my gluten-free diet will make me fit in BETTER with them, it's just everywhere else it will get in the way.

Oh well. I'm stocked up on Lara Bars. lol

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