1. So, so frightening, yet so encouraging of a post! My Daniel was an asthma baby who made multiple visits to the ER. No fun. Thankfully, he never tested positive for any food allergies and he never needed an epipen. But I think I’ve told you that before. :)

    • Darcel

      I’m so glad we have an amazing team of doctors working with us now.
      Asthma is tough to deal with on its own, so I know how you felt constantly being in and out of the ER.

  2. HB

    Hi, I have been reading and keeping up with your blog. I’m so sorry all this is happening. My daughter has a peanut allergy, I know it can be frightening. Have you ever thought of maybe going the natural route? Like natural healers instead of the medicine? There is a website that I would like to offer you to read it called Living whole. The author is named Megan and she has a post on natural detox es foe children. Maybe that can help Samuel. This is just a suggestion. Take care:)

  3. That is interesting that he has so many allergies. Makes me wonder what some of us are allergic to and just don’t know it. It would probably be a good idea to get tested like this. Hopefully he is able to eat the smaller numbers for the rest of his life.
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  4. My sister is gluten intolerant and I am allergic to cows milk. She thought she had it tough going out to eat until we went together. At one restaurant, she had quiet a number of items to choice from , I had one. Most places cater for gluten free diets now. Very few for milk or other allergies

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