Sensitive Mommy

  • October 7, 2015
Hello Friends. I’ve missed visiting with you a few times per week. We have super busy over the last 2 months. Unfortunately, blogging takes a back seat to my family, career as a teacher, and even my doggies. I really wanted to take some time today to talk about Nutrexin Deodorant. I am an me never of Green Mom’s Meet, as a member and blogger. I was chosen to review Nutrexin Deodorant. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: August 2015

  • August 30, 2015
Hi All! Sorry for my two week blogging beak, it was busy times at the Sensitive House. School started and teacher/working mommy needed to get focused and organized. It was also the first time Captain attended preschool, which was fun and exciting, as well as challenging and trying. Baby Bee is still hanging at the in-home daycare, running the show and being adorable. If you are ever missing me find me on Instagram & Twitter. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: 34 Paleo & Whole30 Breakfasts

  • August 7, 2015
As a person who didn’t particularly like breakfast, or even eat it most days, I knew my adventure into Whole30 would be challenging. I absolutely cannot eat the same breakfast for several mornings in a row. I like to make breakfast a bit different everyday. When eating Paleo and Whole30 you need to be gluten free, grain free, dairy free, soy free, sugar/sweetener free, legume free… So cereal and waffles are not acceptable. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: July 2015

  • July 30, 2015
Ice cream treats are a summertime staple. Blizzard - Tornadoes.- Milk Shakes…. Whatever you like to call them, they are delicious. When you have a child, family member or friend with food allergies and/or celiac disease you can’t just go out and pick one up, just like most other food. Most ice cream shops don’t supply ingredient and can’t keep clean enough to avoid cross contamination. I decided to grab ingredients toake my little sugar bug, Captain, happy. Read More

Sensitive Mommy

  • July 23, 2015
Necessity breeds creativity. What can you make from carrot, spinach, pear, maple syrup, millet, canola oil, baking powder, potato starch, puffed potato products and turkey? More than you’d think. [![](http://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-ovwxNX9vhG4/Va26pNqD3SI/AAAAAAAAFGs/lFiWejasiIo/s640/blogger-image--66906737.jpg)](https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/-ovwxNX9vhG4/Va26pNqD3SI/AAAAAAAAFGs/lFiWejasiIo/s640/blogger-image--66906737.jpg) Having an toddler with FPIES stinks. You can read about our journey [here](http://www.sensitivemommy.com/2014/12/sensitive-baby-alphabet-s-o-u-p.html), [here](http://www.sensitivemommy.com/2015/05/why-i-won-take-fpies-recipe-challenge.html). Baby Bee is 17mo and he can only eat the 10 foods listed above + Neocate, an amino acid based formula. No two FPIES kids are created equal, so do what works for your kiddo. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: 10 Gluten Free Lunches with Re-Play

  • July 21, 2015
When I started having children I never once dreamed of the feeding and cooking chaos I endure to feed a preschooler with celiac disease and a toddler with FPIES. Sometimes I feel overwhelmed by the hand we’ve been dealt, but most of the time I love finding or creating foods my boys love. New and delicious food only tastes better on fun dinnerware. Re-Play sent me a few divided plates and utensils to try out. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: February 2015

  • February 28, 2015
This is part to to my list of 52 Gluten Free Cereals that are certified gluten free. For more info on what “certified gluten free” means go here or here. Today I will list the cereals that might- kinda- sorta- be not containing gluten, shelf stable without gluten, or not contain gluten ingredients. This is a glitch in the GF system. To become certified gluten free companies must follow a procedure to be approved from one or more of a few different organizations. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: Gluten Free List {Not Certified Cereals}

  • February 28, 2015
This is part to to my list of 52 Gluten Free Cereals that are certified gluten free. For more info on what “certified gluten free” means go here or here. Today I will list the cereals that might- kinda- sorta- be not containing gluten, shelf stable without gluten, or not contain gluten ingredients. This is a glitch in the GF system. To become certified gluten free companies must follow a procedure to be approved from one or more of a few different organizations. Read More
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