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PostPosted: Wed Jan 28, 2009 7:28 am 
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This paragraph struck me, I think this was the hardest part for me as well (and we're only dealing with food allergies).

This article has a lot of information on EE. As I don't know much of this condition, I don't know how acurate or thorough the information is. But I feel like I've learned a lot through this article.
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Denying Zoe the food she wants goes against the laws of motherhood. The unfairness is compounded by the fact that the rest of the family needs to eat to survive. After weeks of eating in shifts so that Zoe wouldn't see us, we had her join us at the table with her shaved ice, formula and water. Eating is a social activity, and we didn't want to exclude her. It's been over a year, and I'm proud of how my family has adapted.

http://www.gatorsports.com/article/20090127/MAGAZINE01/901270915?Title=A_mother_s_love_transformed_into_action

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