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December 26th, 2012, 03:15 PM
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I know Kristen, I was really bummed about that. And I put literally 2-3 days into trying to track somebody down that was in charge of one. But asking the midwives is a great idea!!! I'd love to have some local mamas to hang out with and for the support.
Honestly though; I don't know what I would do without y'all. Thank you so much for the willingness to discuss this topic in detail with me!! Lol.
Hopefully it was just a couple of fluke days and it will be back to "normal".
Good to hear you describe all the "normals" you've encountered Kristen! Thanks for that.
Sorry about rubys eczema! I hope it clears up soon. I do remember reading that with an allergy, it would most likely be all over. Does it itch or bother her??
Oooh, I think I just remembered reading in the 101 uses for coconut oil that it helps with eczema!!!!! Might be worth a try!
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December 26th, 2012, 04:08 PM
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thanks! her skin is actually under control now. i cut out dairy and it went away and then i reintroduced dairy along with eucerin baby wash and hydrolatum on her skin and it's pretty much stayed away.
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December 26th, 2012, 04:39 PM
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Wow. Learned something new again; I didn't realize you could reintroduce a food they are allergic to. You are such a smart mama! Lol. I'm glad she's better and you can have your dairy too!!
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December 26th, 2012, 06:20 PM
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well i think what we realized is she isnt truly allergic, it was just triggering the eczema but not because of an allergic reaction. dunno know smart i am, lol.
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December 26th, 2012, 06:33 PM
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A bit off topic, but what does it mean when you start getting patches of eczema as an adult? I've developed a spot recently on the top of my foot and also on my wrist. Kind of random.
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