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03/22/2016
Is your little one about to turn one? Wondering if you should keep the same formula or if it’s time to switch to a different one? Curious if it’s time to transition from Neocate® Infant to Neocate® Junior? If you have been an avid reader of our blog, you might have a hunch of what we are about to say. The answer isn’t simple and isn’t the same for everyone. Your transitioning path...
...slowly, and fussed a lot. One night, my husband and I left the boys for a much needed night out (3 whole hours). I let the babysitter know that if we weren’t back in time for the next feeding to give them Similac (a milk-based formula). We returned just as one of the babies had had 1 oz of formula. I noticed that he was breaking out in easily visible pea-sized hives all over his...
06/07/2011
...consider the possibility that Baby E may be reacting to something in my diet. Reflux and terrible skin? But, I shrugged it off. Then came the mucous-filled diapers. I knew from having been down the breast-feeding diaper route before, mucous is an uninvited guest. Seeds, yes. Mucous, no. He also had terrible tummy aches and painful gas. He would often cry and had a hard time settling down. Gas relief drops didn’t seem to help....
03/25/2010
...Clowes, AllergyMoms provides support for parents of children with food allergies. The Web site and monthly newsletter features articles, food allergy recipes and the latest news and research on breast-feeding, hypoallergenic formulas, eczema, reflux, anaphylaxis and school policy. We hope you find these groups helpful! There are also a number of local support and advocacy groups out there that are ready to lend a hand too. What groups have been good resources for you? -Sarah...
...he was young. This helped the eczema to disappear, yet it would amazingly reappear for no apparent reason. When he was a baby he was severely allergic to eggs; when this allergy disappeared, we started feeding him foods containing eggs, only to find that his eczema flared up. We live in Colorado Springs, which has hot, dry air in the summer. However, combining the heat with sun lotions is a recipe for disaster. We use...
11/05/2013
...allergens, including common foods allergens like milk, soy, wheat, eggs, peanuts, fish and tree nuts. Remove the trigger from your baby’s life. This may mean changing detergent, purchasing dust-proof mattress covers or sending the family pet outside. It may also mean changing your baby’s diet. If you are breastfeeding, remove all the allergens from your diet. If you are feeding your baby a cow’s milk- or soy-based formula, you’ll want to switch to a hypoallergenic...
05/26/2016
...that traditional cake: Delicious Trifle “Cake” Non-Cake Cake” Cake Decorations: Once you’ve decided on your cake, get creative and have fun decorating! We found some fun ideas to help you get started: Better Homes and Gardens: Creative Birthday Cakes for Kids Unique Birthday Cakes Gallery (from Parenting.com) You can even use Neocate cans to decorate creatively like @senstivemommy! When feeding your guests be sure to pick allergy-friendly foods and snacks, or have a separate area...
03/26/2013
We often hear from parents looking for tips to transition their baby from a bottle to a cup. It can be a difficult process for any parent but it can be especially stressful for parents of children with multiple food allergies who depend on a special formula for a bulk of their nutritional needs. In today’s post, we’ll provide you with some tips and resources for making the big switch! According to the...
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