I gave birth to our son, our third child, at home in 1999. He cried quite a bit, so we wondered if he might be in some kind of pain. He had several issues from birth, which made things all the more confusing. One of them was itchy eczema from head to toe (that’s another story for another day). But that seemed unrelated to a noticeable neck weakness. He couldn’t hold his head up straight, nor could he turn it side to side.
This is the story of how one chiropractic visit changed his life. And ours…
Tip of the Week: Roasting Alternatives
“Marshmallows and s’mores may be the quintessential bonfire treat, but it doesn’t necessarily follow that they are the only things you can put on a stick and roast over the fire. With food-allergies and a wide variety of diets to accommodate, my family set out to experiment with alternatives to the usual campfire fare. Here are our favorite tasty (and healthy!) alternatives, plus ways to spice-it-up, dip-it-up, and turn it into a special treat.” –Andrea
Cheese: Hard cheeses are fun to roast — just don’t hold it over the flame too long or it will melt right off the stick! Stack your roasting stick with garlic bread and then a piece of cheese, or a slice of summer sausage topped with cheese. Roast until the cheese is melty and the bread or meat is toasty. For a gooey s’more-esque experience, sandwich your hot melty cheese between two crackers. Yum!
Our Experience with Newborn
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Is it really possible to "eat what you want to eat" like bread and butter, cinnamon rolls and cookies, meat and potatoes...
Bible-based cooking program...
...yet it's GOOD for you?
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