In 2009 my son (then nine months old) was diagnosed with several food allergies. He has since outgrown all of them except for his peanut allergy. We have had to adjust our lives accordingly to ensure his safety. We read labels. We know which restaurants are safe. We never assume. We are aware of possible cross…… Continue reading Hope for peanut allergy sufferers?
According to the Detroit Free Press, authorities are investigating a Central Michigan University hazing incident in which a member of an off-campus fraternity smeared peanut butter on the face of a student with a peanut allergy while he was passed out. “He could have been killed,” Teresa Seely, the mother of now-former-CMU student Andrew Seely, wrote in…… Continue reading Dancing with Death and Playing with Fire: Fraternity hazing gone too far, peanut allergy sufferer victimized
Back in 2008 I had begun to notice that my two month old son was always miserable. While all of my children prior to him had been known to spit up after feeding, my son’s was terrible. It was after every meal and a lot of it. Then he began to develop eczema and breathing…… Continue reading Living with food allergies