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Nov 04, 2009
debbieb
Debbie, Mom to:
Derek,10/29/02 GERD,Can't have any legumes(soy, being the worse), allergic to PN/Tree Nuts, struggled to gain weight for years, my "picky" eater,Takes Zegerid. Johnny, 12/05/99 GERD, managed by diet, allergic to cashews/pistachios.
Halloween-Two sick kids
For the first time, I let my kids eat what they want, after I took out the things with peanuts/nuts(allergies). Now I have two miserable kids, fighting, not sleeping well, tummy aches, "throwing up in their mouth" as they say. Is it really worth it? Finally I said, if you throw out the rest of your candy, I'll pay you each $5, so they did. They knew how sick it made them. We only went up and down one small street, but people give out multiple treats!!! Anyone have success with older kids paying them to take it all away! CHocolate is the worse!
Nov 04, 2009
emibug
Kathryn, Pager Volunteer and mommy to Emily Mia 02/04/07. 3 years old with GERD. 30mg Prevacid and Pepcid AC. Mylanta needed for flares. Failed prilosec med switch. Tried and failed many med weans but GERD and pain are well controlled. Functional constipation. Reoccurring SBBO. Suspected IBD or autoimmune disease. Resolved issues: MSPI, CSID (acquired), Stage 2 kidney reflux, Chronic diarrhea.
Audrey Meadow 06/20/08. born 34/35 weeks. Still b/f and eats everything! ftt and chronic constipation.
i gave emily some chocolate m&ms b/c she HAD to have the candy in the bucket (one of our neighbors heard she was sick and brought over candy for her) so i thought she would be okay with a few. I gave her 4 and left the rest of the pouch on the counter. about a half hour later She took the pouch off the counter and i asked her if she wanted more and she said "no mommy i don't like these beans!" and she threw them away. she has not asked to have anything else out of the bucket since lol pretty much everything makes her reflux so i don't restrict her from trying something- she will usually not eat it again if it hurts her. i think the paying the older kids for their candy is a good idea though!
Check with your
doctor first!