I have a love-hate relationship with those memory apps and reminders from Facebook and Google. They either remind you of the happy or of the sad. Today it was bittersweet. Up popped this photo (below) of my Littlest daughter Kennedy. Kennedy was one-year-old at the time and she had just had a reaction to some Cheerios. We ended up in the emergency room and then unfortunately she ended up admitted because she could not keep anything down.
I say that this was bittersweet for us because it got me thinking that the last time she was admitted to the hospital, well for a FPIES related event, was actually that time. Meaning she has gone an entire year without being admitted to the hospital for any sort of FPIES related issues which to me is a massive WIN!
So today we celebrate. We celebrate the fact that, even though my kiddo still has to avoid a bunch of foods, she has made it an entire year without having to spend time in the hospital for something that has to do with her food related issues.
Hi there! I'm Caitlyn. I'm mom to three kiddos ages 7,5 & 2. My 7& 2 year olds were the two blessed with FPIES. My 7 year old is only (now) Acute to dairy, wheat, soy, and rice. The youngest is a hot mess with 12 safes, and a million fails plus a few IGE's to top it all off.
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