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Totally illegal breakfast with DS today
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seeit2 posted:
My house is a total nightmare food-wise these days, DH is on an elimination diet to try to get his health in order (something I totally support, but it is hard to do the grocery shopping) and then we have the allergies. But DH went out for a long walk and DS and I were home together hanging out and I had a hankering for pancakes, so I made us a few. What a treat! With wheat, and real milk, and real butter! They were amazing. DS has never even had them before. He completely inhaled his, it was awesome.

I could make pancakes for both kids with soy butter and soy milk but they taste just a little off IMO. Not that the kids would know the difference. But to have something so completely illegal and get to share it with DS was really fun.

Now I"m kinda feeling like my life is sad, if this is such an exciting experience for me.
Deb (40) DD (4) Funny, spirited, curious, has a severe milk allergy, DS (1) fearless and bottomless, peanut allergy
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crunk05177 responded:
When my LO is out of the house for whatever reason and I get time with just my older son, we always go some place we couldn't with Nathan. We go to the selve serve ice cream place, we get chinese food, dunkin donuts or go to IHOP. It is definitely a nice treat for us. I know exactly what you mean!


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