Allergic to Living: Mast Cell Activation Disorder

What is Mast Cell Activation Disorder, or MCAD? What does it look like? How do you find out if you have it? How do you treat it? I’ve mentioned MCAD (Mast Cell Activation Disorder, aka MCAS – or Mast Cell Activation Syndrome) before, and many of my readers are, unfortunately, … Continue reading

Catching Up

Since its been so long since I’ve written, a little “catch up” post seems in order. Jed and Zac have both been in Occupational Therapy for their Sensory Processing Disorders for most of the year. The benefits have been amazing! My children are blooming, and I couldn’t be more thrilled. … Continue reading

Looking Back: 2015

I hope you all had a really excellent Christmas! It’s almost the end of 2015, and I figured it would be good to do a little “year end recap” and update. For starters, I’ve been rather quiet on the blog front lately, but that’s actually because I’ve been writing furiously … Continue reading

An Unwanted Dinner Guest

Thanksgiving did  turn out to be delayed for us; Darrel was still feeling miserable from his sickness so we postponed our family gathering. Based on how Darrel felt, we really should have waited even longer, but he thought he would feel well enough to have Thanksgiving on Friday so we … Continue reading

Weaning, Post-TED Food Trials & MCAD

It’s been a rough few weeks. In fact, there’s been so much happening that I can’t fit it all in one post, so this will be a nifty “ongoing storyline”. To begin, we do have some exciting news! October 30th, I arrived home from work in the early afternoon. As soon as I … Continue reading