Little Foot had reflux, cradle cap, dry skin, and was a terrible sleeper...and has the sweetest temperament any child could have. Unfortunately a month ago, our worst fear was realized, he had an anaphylactic reaction to a tree nut. I'll share the details of that horrible experience another time, but suffice it to say that we've been emotional wrecks since then. Seeing your child in a life threatening situation nearly stop breathing does something to your head and emotions that I can't put into words. The video below begins to explain it a little, though, if you want to peek into my chaotic brain.
So, today, I shared with my husband that I need to process all of this information, the steps we've already taken, and what we have to do now to keep our son as safe as we can ...and no, although it would be helpful, right now I'm not interested in therapy...so, here's my blog.
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