Tuesday, April 13, 2010

WONDERFUL NEWS!!!!!


We got WONDERFUL news today!!! My son has outgrown his peanut allergy!!! My son is allergic to a lot of stuff for being only 2 years old....the list was eggs, peanuts, milk, walnut, and pecans. He has now tested out of both eggs and peanuts! YEAH!!! Personally, I can live with him being allergic to walnuts and pecans since those are tree nuts and easier to avoid then other stuff! I am hoping that he outgrows the milk allergy! The picture above is Joshy eating a piece of peanut butter toast! For dinner we celebrated by having grilled peanut butter, one of my all time favorites! On Friday, our good friends are throwing us a peanut butter and jelly party!


Funny line from Joshy this morning: He was extremely grumpy this morning because we had to wake him up to go to the allergist. He wouldn't smile at anyone. So finally I asked him if he was going to smile at anyone today? He responded, "smile at Evie". Evie is my one-year-old god daughter!

8 comments:

  1. Such a cute little guy! Looks like a joy and congrats on the end of the peanut allergy!

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  2. Love this! Our daughter is allergic to a bunch of food as well but not peanuts, yay! It is the go to food when folks are hungry!

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  3. That is such good news! Praise God!

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  4. Aw, this is the sweetest ever! And that is one little boy who deserves some peanut butter :D

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  5. My 4 year old was tested for allergies when he was 2 and was allergic to milk, eggs, peanuts, cats and dogs, and a bunch of outdoor allergies. He now has a "sensitivity" to milk and can drink a glass or two a day with no problems. The doctor anticipates he will outgrow it by age 6. There is hope!

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  6. Congratulations! That is so exciting!

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  7. Yay! Peanut butter! What a darling picture.
    He really looks like he is enjoying his peanut butter toast!

    :o) button

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  8. That is great! My friend has a 4 year old that is still allergic to peanuts,wheat and milk. Hope he grows out of it too!

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