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  1. Thanks for the post! You've saved me some internet digging time - for both the twists as well as the Reese's cups. After the 3 kids got home the other night I began sorting and...
  2. I read on another thread that while Kix are gluten-free ingredients, Gen Mills isn't stepping up to advertise or have them quoted as saying they are safe since they aren't guaranteeing...
  3. Thank you for posting this list! I thought we had our bases covered at pre-school but after my 3yo had 2 "abnormal" bm's after art class today, I'm questioning if she was glutened...
  4. When my 3yo was diagnosed, my husband ran out and bought all the super expensive organic gluten-free cereals. *I* buy her chex and kix and of course the Wegmans fruity pebbles...
  5. At least there's a Wegmans! That is my savior here in VA and I can find ANYTHING I need there. Have your husband shop and stock up on replacement items if he can't influence the...
  6. I will tell you that my 5yo (non-celiac disease) LOVED all things dairy - she couldn't get enough of milk, yogurt and cheese. However, after 1 winter with 4 dx's of pneumonia,...
  7. If you suspect celiac disease or food allergies, raise your concerns to your ped and they can run a bloodtest - celiac top 10 food allergens. If the celiac panel comes back positive...
  8. Do you have a Wegmans in your area? They make a fruity pebbles that they advertise as gluten-free, which I think means that they aren't made in the same facility. That is an option...
  9. I would suggest getting the bloodwork now while she is glutened. You don't want to have to re-gluten her when/if you want to test for celiac down the road. We experienced something...
  10. I scanned over a few of the prior posts and saw mention of a 504 plan, etc. When I read your initial post and the effects on school that a gluten incident has, "IEP/504 plan...
  11. Sadly, that's the point I'm at. She's unwilling to accept responsibility for what my children did while under her care. The more I think about it all, the greater an issue it...
  12. My 3yo had regular, always loose stools, going 3-4 times a day along with stomach pains. And when she got sick or would ingest a lot of gluten, it would be liquid. Almost immediately...
  13. Thank you all for your feedback. I may have to try the rat poison analogy with her. She just does not accept responsibility for my children's actions when they are in her care...
  14. Wow. And I thought I've been through the wringer with my 7.5yo with SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder). I thought that it would be a little easier with my newly diagnosed celiac...
  15. Looking for help on how to educate and fix a VERY touchy situation re: gluten-free eating. My mother is unwilling to be vigilent about what my 3yo eats, gets into, touches, etc...
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