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: 6 Cold Treats

  • August 3, 2015
It’s hot, my air conditioner broke. We need cold treats. We need gluten free, dairy free and soy free cold treats. Here are 6 of our favorites: Cookie Blasted Thick Shake Blueberry Nicecream Sandwiches Tropical Raspberry or Big Blue Smoothie  Pineapple Creme de Coconut (so easy) Raspberry Lime Slushies Which one will you try? Wishing I was ate your house! Sensitive Mommy Read More

Sensitive Mommy: 7 Fast 4th of July Treats

  • July 2, 2015
Making quick, kid-friendly holiday treats is an absolute necessity when you or you child has celiac disease. We all enjoy parties and holidays with festive decor and treats, same goes for those with celiac disease, food allergies, and food sensitivities. It is important to be aware that people want to feel included in the festivities, they want to eat the 4th of July cookies and cakes, not eat the meal and desserts they had to prepare at home and bring to a party. Read More

Sensitive Mommy: April 2015

  • April 26, 2015
Welcome if you are just joining me as a prepare for my first Whole 30! Whole 30 is a lifestyle change in the form or a dietary overhaul, which I discussed in Step 1: What is Whole30? . I gathered more resources for you in the post Step 2: Read the Program and Gather Resources. We are now ready for steps 3 and 4! Step 3 & 4: Commit & Find a Support Network** Read More
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