The 100 Day Reality Challenge

For all my bloggers/readers out there, I thought I do a blog post today about what events just unfolded. Sigh* The picture above is a photo of my daughter who is six yrs old dealing with asthma and food allergies. She's just like any other kid who enjoys the daily life of schools, dolls, drawing, but the recent skin test and blood test results just shows that her allergies are getting worse. 

I'm thankful for this experience as it opened my eyes and the door for me to see what we eat and other things that are put into our bodies. It allowed me to healed my body and feed my children the most nutritional foods that the Earth has to offer.  

I'm sad because it makes my heart melt when she's asking for something she cannot eat or drink or during the summer time she cannot participate in certain activities as it will flare up her asthma. I remember what it was like to be a kid and enjoy the daily activities and amazing snacks and different foods, but then I also remembered what it was like to have the diagnosis of my allergy to tree nuts. 

I'm trying to wrap myself around the idea of having an allergy-free family as not just her, but everyone in the family is allergic to something. Everyone is allergic to milk... 

So I'm going to embrace this moment for what it is. I refuse to deny my worries and concerns, but I'm not going to resist them. 

New experiences allow me to be the person I want to be! 

I also found old Season Vlogs and I will be uploading them soon! :)  

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Comment by Sophie COLAS on November 16, 2012 at 4:29pm
You are a courageous and innovative Mum, you will succeed. :-)
Comment by Victoria on November 16, 2012 at 1:17am

Thanks ladies! Yes, I have tons of books, print outs... to the point that I just made one universal diet for everyone so we all avoid milk, eggs, peanuts, soy, corn, tomatoes, white potatoes, oranges, string beans, iodine, wheat, gluten, red dyes, tree nuts, avocados, and seafood/shellfish. Whew! lol It's a huge tongue twister so I just keep a list with me at all times. lol 

Comment by Finally Famous, No Ceilings on November 16, 2012 at 12:20am

As someone who is allergic to berries and most fruits, including tomatoes. I understand... They have a special diet and that could be difficult. People always say, "You don't know what your missing" and that is so true... You don't know, so there is nothing to feel sad about.

Comment by Mona on November 15, 2012 at 10:43pm

Very beautiful post...

I too suffer from alot of allergies and I can only imagine what your little girl must be feeling... but as Raizel mentioned; you definitely are a loving mother and she's blessed to have you :) I'm sure you've checked out tons of books and websites that have alternative ways to make everyday dishes... I will also look into my list and message you some books and/or sites that I use. Love n Light to you and your family :)

Comment by Raizel on November 15, 2012 at 8:50pm

You're so strong and inspiring, I love your approach. Your kids are blessed to have you as a mom :) Also, I love your season 14 vision board!


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