Tonight I ran out to the Real Canadian Supper store to pick up a few thing. It’s a bit out-of-the-way but we needed Sun Butter and we haven’t seen it in any of the closer super markets. So I found myself walking down the organic aisle looking at the different spreads. They had organic peanut… Continue reading POD: The Importance of Reading Labels
My sweet little girl, my how you have grown in the last two years. I can still remember the day you were born and just how tiny your little hands and feet were. You had this great big eyes that blinked open to meet the world around you. It has been amazing to be able… Continue reading Dear Violet on your Second birthday
After the relative success we had at Halloween finding candies that were Peanut and Nut Free, I felt confident we wouldn’t have a problem during the Christmas season. Unfortunately that hasn’t been the case. It seems like it’s twice as hard to find. There are old stand buys like Hersey Kisses but the other day… Continue reading Project 365-344: Ginerbread House
Tonight before bed I spent some time reading to Violet, our picture to-day is one of the books. It’s a cute little book for teaching numbers to kids, but I got to thinking do I really want here reading it? Do I want her to be playing with Acorns, even plastic ones? Am I setting… Continue reading Project 365-221: Am I being paranoid?
Tonight we went for dinner at Montana’s, a restaurant we go to regularly. One we think of as Nut free, except for the Ice Cream. But now we find ourselves questioning that. See when we got home Violet had to large welts on her legs. Now they could have come from the shopping cart at… Continue reading Project 365-194: Good Food, Bad Chair?
When Violet was diagnosed with her allergy to all nuts I decided that the best way to be sure that she doesn’t come into contact with nuts would be to stop eating them myself. This would keep the it in mind when I’m around her. So far I’ve only been semi successful at this. I don’t take… Continue reading Project 365-163: Temptation