Here’s a little about our experience going on the Normandy school trip – where we stored our food and cooked made all the difference! The contrast between the two residentials we’ve done in France was huge as a result.
Living with Anaphylaxis does have it’s positives!! Yes, I do truly believe that we have gained more than we have lost living with severe allergies and anaphylaxis – so long as my boy carries on living. He becomes a teen today!!
With more and more children suffering severe food allergies, trick or treating is getting scarier for many parents. This is our story & why we’re hiding out at the cinema this Halloween!
Todays post is all about our journey of creating the safe recipes we share on free2bake. Baking and creating together has been really important for Aaron and I, moving food out of the stressful scary place of allergy & anaphylaxis to a place of fun, mess, tastiness and shared joy.
Sometimes we feel like our children with severe food allergies & anaphylaxis are missing out, the good news is that this often provides space for us to share richer, more valuable life experiences. Sometime all we need is less
A little round up of my day at the allergy + free from fair on Saturday. There are some reviews, a little food for thought, as well as my highlights!
…makes the heart grow fonder (I hope). A little insight into how our life has changed since I last blogged as my son who has never had an allergy to wheat becomes a little bit more like me!
Some handy tips as a starting point for baking for folks with food allergies. If you are a parent of a recently diagnosed child with severe food allergies or someone who wants to be inclusive of a friend with food allergies – this is a starting point to build from.
Practising yoga with Aars has really helped him breath more deeply and slowly, easing him out of fight or flight mode and giving his body a much needed rest. These are our fave classes freely available on the inter-web. Namaste, Rai x
Sending your child off in their first school uniform to reception is a huge, momentous occasion. Here’s what I learnt with Aars, hopefully it will help you avoid some of the issues we faced! Advice on allergy action plans which are workable & clear…
Hospital Challenge Days… for those of you who have to go through them with your child, here’s a little check list based on our learning curve over the last year. I hope it’s handy and you can learn from my mistakes!