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October 11th, 2009, 04:05 PM
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are never going to learn allergies....uugghh. I walked in to one of them about to hand toby a whole piece of cheese. Not only dairy; but I'm sure it had soy in it too! No wonder the child can't stay clear skinned for a week! They are soooo aggravating. I've said the allergies a hundred thousand times; printed stuff out; took them to the docs with me. Its just not getting through. AAAggghhhh...
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October 11th, 2009, 05:12 PM
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I would like to pin the blame on the in laws just b/c they are a pain in my a** but it really is everyone isn't it? Even my own mother will feed other kids in her daycare peanut butter for breakfast when she knows we are coming down later the same day. NO ONE GETS IT...I believe that 250%....they don't listen...or they listen and it just goes in one ear and out the other...How can they love someone so much but not care enough to take the steps to ensure they are safe at their home? I don't get it.

My mother in law brought chocolate and butter biscuits to my husband at Nate's birthday party last weekend. She handed them to me and said these should be okay shouldn't they if he wants some. I looked at them and said no they are not okay. I read the labels and of course they are not okay and she was like well Mike can still have them. And I said no he can't because we made the decision that Nathan's home will be a safe environment for him. Which means no candy, peanut butter or etc...she looked at me like what is your problem.....

I will always maintain that no matter what you tell them or how you tell them (even if you give them the anaphylaxis pamphlet to read) they WILL NOT get it.....It is so frustrating for me...that is the most frustrating part for me...all the other boneheaded idiots
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October 12th, 2009, 08:35 AM
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agreed. I'm always in the back of my mind going is it that fricken hard to read a label?? gggrrrr. He needs to hurry up and grow out of them so I won't have to worry anymore!
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