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Jul 29, 2008
kubicki5
dora popsicle
O.K. can this really be? The ice cream truck came around and of the course the kids went nutso to get something. So I thought well....Katie can get a popsicle. The boys ordered their ice cream and Katie was screaming for the dora popsicle - which from what I have seen is ice cream. The lady said no it is a popsicle. I looked at the ingredients and nothing looked like milk so I got it. I have to tell you it looked and tasted like ice cream. I freaked out and wouldn't let her finish it. Could there really be something like this?
Jul 29, 2008
maggiemom
Maggie is now 3 years old and reflux free (knock on wood). I still check in some to see how everybody is doing :) Hugs to all!
I don't know but I'm jealous. We've only had the i.c. truck in our hood once in 7 years. I literally ran down the street to make sure it came by here, lol.
Jul 29, 2008
lauren'smom
Jennifer - 1st time mom. Lauren (6/1/07) diagnosed 9/07 with GER at 3 1/2 months. Prevacid 7.5 mg in the am. Currently drinking whole milk and eating great!!
No longer aspirating! Yippee!
Picture: Why would Lauren play with the hundreds of dollars worth of toys scattered in my living room?!?! When she could play in a box! Estimated move date: Oct. 3rd!
Our ice cream truck comes by EVER SINGLE NIGHT at 7:15 driving super slow blaring their music. I find it quite annoying -- I WISH I could send them to you Melissa :)
Jul 29, 2008
nicholas'smom
I didn't think ice cream trucks still existed!!! So jealous. We live in the middle of nowhere!!!
Jul 29, 2008
mom2coy
Coyle Eagan. One Year Old. Doing well on Cow's Milk flavored with juice :) Drinking two bottles of Go&Grow daily. Eating solids better but still have rough days. No More Silent Reflux-that I can hear anyway.. but puking again. Zantac 2ML 2X daily.
no casein, whey, etc. did she have a reaction?
Jul 29, 2008
katiesmommy
Tracey, mom to Katie diagnosed with GERD at 3 week.
I will send our "ghetto" one your way! We had one that had the ice cream types hand painted on the side of a station wagon and the music was on a tape deck played really loud! They only came by once or twice!
Jul 30, 2008
kubicki5
well...she is sick today so I guess our little ice cream lady is not to be trusted......
Jul 30, 2008
mollysmom
Connor 11/22/02
Grace 7/2/04 reflux free now!
Molly 7/10/07 the reason I'm here!
My older daughter has gotten the Dora popsicle before, and it looked and tasted like ice-cream to me, too. I have never looked at the ingredients though, since she doesn't have any food allergies. It is hard enough for me to feed my one year old with a milk allergy, I can't imagine trying to do it for a three year old!
Jul 30, 2008
popz4120
Bryson (3/06), former Neocate, Nexium, and Reglan baby. Diagnosed with peanut allergy and asthma. Weaned from meds in Spring 0f 08. Brother, Parker (6/04), was also on Prevacid and Pregestimil (formula) as an infant.
I have to add this funny comment about the ice cream truck. I have taught in inner city schools for 10 years and have dealt with many parents. The best comment came from a parent that told me his technique for getting his son to stop asking for ice cream as the truck came down the street playing the loud music. He would tell his child that if the truck is playing music that means they are out of ice cream. I realize that it is a lie,but it was hilarious the way the father explained this to me. He said that his son never asked for ice cream again. No, I have not used the line as I am usually the first one out to get ice cream and I beat my kids to it. hehe
Check with your
doctor first!