Friday, January 23, 2009

No Dairy!



Yea that's right. Poor little Lucy is having a really tough time. She wakes up in the middle of the night in pain cause she can't get the gas bubbles out. It's so sad. We give her gas relief drops and they help but not enough. She works and works and works it out and she has had a blow out the last 3 mornings. Anyway, last night was especially bad so this morning I called her pediatrition and after a series of questions and answers I was told to cut out all dairy for 2 weeks and see if that makes a difference. So, here goes nothin. But seriously, look at this face! How could I not do whatever I needed to make her feel better....



Anyone with good dairy free recipes? Let me know!

6 comments:

cappyt said...

you should try my "witch doctor." my friends and family have taken their kids (and newborns) when they have digestion issues, or any sort of problem, and she's been able to help all of them, without altering the diet. Her names Jackie ph: 801-254-7888. Give her a try.

Michelle said...

I am so sorry :( I love dairy and it would be so hard to give up. But I understand, like you said "look at that face." How could you not do everything you could to help her out :)

Chris and Tara said...

That picture is priceless. Lucy is so precious. Good luck with the no-dairy-diet.

Dial Family said...

are you just loving your new camera or what? What a cute adorable pix!! I'm so sad for you, cutting dairy has got to be the hardest thing!! (at least for me it is..) your gonna do just great!!

Walkers said...

oh bummer!!
my sister had to do that with my nephew until he was like 9 months old! i'll ask her what she cooked, dairy free.
my sister also took her son to a "witch doctor" allergist, that helped a lot... look into them.

Kev, Meg and Ty said...

That is so not fun, I had to do that with Ty, because he had acid reflex and their is pretty much nothing left to eat if you cut out dairy completly. But like you said if it helps it's worth it, especially so your pour little one isn't always miserable.
Good luck. At least she's adorable right?


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