Thursday, May 17, 2012

Little Update

I took a little blog break because I have my hubs all to myself last week and this coming week since his school is giving him a little break before he starts back for the summer session.  Here is a little of what we've been up to:

-Found out that Sullivan officially has a peanut, dairy, feather, and cat allergy. It was shocking (for me) at first.  I expected the dairy allergy but was surprised about the peanut allergy.  The doctor said that there is a 20% chance he could outgrow it since he tolerates almonds without a problem.  I am really hoping this is the case!

-Because of Sullivan's allergy to peanuts and dairy I have to give up those items in my diet because though he is slowing down on nursing, he's still doing it especially before bed and naps.  For me the HARDEST is peanut butter.  I love it so much, like maybe its a slight addiction but I am willing to do anything to help him out.  I wish I would have known sooner.

-Sullivan has been eating so much more food lately.  I am so HAPPY about this.

-The little man and I are going to go visit my family in Arizona on Saturday(yay!).

Here are a few recent pictures I took.  I'll be back to the blog soon I promise.



He was doing the sign for "eat" here.  I love that he does this one.

~Megan

4 comments:

  1. He's so cute. I know I say that everytime I come here lol, but I just love his little face. Sorry about the allergy.

    How do you get your pictures all the same size? Are you using a program?

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  2. I love that first picture! I'm so sorry about the allergy! What caused you to be concerned about him having an allergy? I've never had allergies but I've known so many kids lately that hard thing.

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  3. Thank you ladies for the sweet comments.


    @Francis-My pictures are all the same size when they come off my camera. But there is one thing I do right after I upload and place them in the post I'm working on, I just make them extra-large. When you select the picture while you are creating the post you have options on how big you want your pictures to be. I hope this helps!

    @Christy-I suspected allergies to milk because he breaks out in a rash when he touches milk and he has eczema that we've been trying to control for a little while now. :(

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  4. My son had a milk protein allergy and a peanut allergy as a little. By the time he was 5 he'd outgrown them both. So there is hope.

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