I was chatting with my husband about my latest post and my seven-year-old son Noah was listening. He asked if he could have a blog too so he could share his recent gluten free experience. I told him that if he wanted to write something I would post it.
Celiac Disease Awareness
Since being diagnosed with celiac disease we have been scouring the city for gluten free restaurants where we can safely eat and enjoy a meal like normal people. Heaven Artisan GF Cuisine Restaurant and Bar has been on our to do list for awhile and we finally tried it and let me tell you, it was worth the wait!
Eating gluten free at home gets easier everyday, but trying to figure out how to keep Elizabeth safe away from home and in social situations has kept me up at night worrying many times. We have developed a number of techniques to try to train her to keep herself safe, one of my favourite ones is “The Cookie Game”.
Hey! It is Celiac Awareness Month… earlier this month I issued a challenge to our friends and family, now I have a challenge for you! This disease sucks! It can be socially isolating, can make us feel sad, embarrassed, angry and a lot of other things, so before the end of May I challenge you to pay it forward to another celiac or person on a gluten free diet and help brighten someone’s day!
I have celiac disease. I feel embarrassed. I feel bad. I feel scared. I feel sad. I feel frustrated.
I feel embarrassed because I talk about this disease so much. I am sorry that it will likely come up every time we spend time together…
Celiac Disease At A Glance May is Celiac Disease Awareness Month. I have a challenge for you today. If you want a bit of a taste of how my life has changed since being diagnosed with Celiac Disease watch for advertising, billboards and recipes that your friends post on social media – are any of those …