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Numb

Every have that numb feeling where you’re just hoping to wake up? I felt that way all day. Knowing it was going to be the first real day of strict elimination diets. I had no menu planned and quite honestly I think I felt a little scared.

I learned at breakfast it’s going to take some work to find some foods to eat. We’re down to yogurt, fruit and sausage or bacon. I can make pancakes and muffins for Charlie. However, how do I make him something that yummy and not have something to match for Gage? Something to work on.

Lunch went over pretty well. Fruits, meat and cheese. Snacks are hard again. I have nothing crunchy for Gage. No crackers, cookies, nothing.

Dinner they both had some veggies and meat. Dessert was anything I could find sweet that they could eat. I figured they deserved it!

My kids aren’t big meal eaters and prefer small snacks all day. So that’s something that will have to change. I felt like I was constantly trying to find them something to eat. Most of the day was dairy and fruit. Which isn’t bad for one day but they can’t eat like that day after day.

June 4, 2010 Posted by | What's for dinner | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

   

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