Monday, August 20, 2012

Pregnancy Writer's Block - Top 10 Posts

Jack's little brother is growing!
My friends, I'm 7 months pregnant and my brain is mush! I can't explain it! I go to write a post and it's like I can't type anything! It's like trying to talk and nothing comes out of my mouth...frustrating!

So with that said, I thought I would take this time to share with you my favorite posts from Raising Jack with Celiac.  This blog is very important to me and I would like to post more often! Upcoming posts - gluten-free fast-food options, best cupcakes ever, brownies in 1 minute, etc. So they are on my mind, but my mind can't seem to complete a thought!

In the meantime, I wanted to share my Top 10 Posts from Raising Jack with Celiac. It was a hard choice, but out of 55 posts I went with what I thought was most helpful on this journey of raising Jack gluten-free - so here we go:

10) Sibling Support

  9) Sometimes, You Have to Improvise!

  8) When Jack Stays with Others - What They Need to Know

  7) There's a Difference Between Allergy and Autoimmune

  6) Gluten-Free at School

  5) Some of Jack's Favorite GF Products

  4) 7 Tips to Raising a GF Kiddo

  3) My 1st GF Expo 

  2) One of Our Favorite Desserts

   1) Why I Chose to Start This Blog

It was hard to choose, but I think I chose the ones that really helped me through the process of being a parent of a child with Celiac Disease - thus far anyway - Jack's only 5 yrs. old, so we have a ways to go!

Make sure to click on the different topics above and stay tuned because I won't be pregnant FOREVER! ;) I'll still have mommy brain and sleep deprivation, but I will push through and keep writing!

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