Raising happy and healthy eaters

Month: May 2017

Food Allergy Parent Interview

Food Allergy Parent Interview

Anaphylaxis set in – this was something I had not seen before and had not expected to happen, the first dose of EpiPen did nothing and it took a second EpiPen dose to bring his breathing back to normal. It was very scary to watch my son go from well to unable to breath within a few minutes (15 minutes give or take) and I am very grateful that we were in such a controlled situation when that happened.

My journey as an allergy mum (the abridged version) and the birth of Mem & Maeve

My journey as an allergy mum (the abridged version) and the birth of Mem & Maeve

{GUEST POST} My days were a blur- I monitored what I ate and how it affected her, whether she was more unsettled than expected for a newborn, what triggered her eczema flares, and inspecting her pooh. I couldn’t keep track of all the information I needed to collect and communicate to the doctors, so I developed a simple Symptom Tracker.

Allergy Free Afternoon Tea interview

Allergy Free Afternoon Tea interview

Allergy Free Afternoon Tea is a beautiful book written by two mums, and is
filled with professional advice, tools and delicious allergy friendly recipes to help turn your afternoons from chaos to a time for delicious fun!

The Intolerant Tot Interview

The Intolerant Tot Interview

Today I’m talking to Sophie, who is a British mum of an adorable 16 month old, Lucas, who has a Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy (or CMPA) as well as many non IgE food allergies.

Healing Gracie’s Gut Interview

Healing Gracie’s Gut Interview

Healing Gracie’s Gut is a blog created by Sydney mum, Mel, who understands how confusing and overwhelming it can be when a child has special dietary requirements. Her daughter, Grace, who is almost three years old, has been diagnosed with food intolerances and leaky gut syndrome.