Are you looking for ways to keep your children busy during holiday break? One great way, is to have them contribute to the holiday festivities.  How?  Have them help make holiday treats. In many families cookies are an important part of the holiday tradition. Even if your children aren’t able to bake yet, they can help decorate.… Read More

It’s hard to believe that you have to worry about gluten in your child’s candy, but you do.  This was driven home to me last year at Christmas time.  My husband and I own and operate a Locksmith business and at Christmas several of our suppliers send “gifts”.  Mostly stuff I can’t eat, like boxes… Read More

I wrote about this last year in September, but I think it is important enough to bring it up again.  If you have a gluten-free school age child or children, you may not be aware of the fact that a lot of school art supplies are laden with hidden (or not so hidden), gluten. You… Read More

If you have a gluten-free young school age child, you know that you will be packing their lunch everyday, because you can’t be sure that the school lunch program will have gluten-free choices for him or her.  You also know how  important it is to keep your children’s food safe if you send lunches with them… Read More

So yesterday I talked about sending children back to school and ways to help keep them gluten-free. Today I want to talk about Art class.  You’re probably thinking, What does art class have to do with keeping my child gluten-free?.   I’m about to tell you. 😉 Gluten can be found in:… Read More

It can be tough being Gluten Intolerant, but it can be really tough being the parent of a gluten intolerant child.  Especially a school age child.  Suddenly not only do you have the regular worries about your child at school, but… Read More

I’m sure you’re wondering about the title to this post today.   If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you may remember that Courtney, my 7 year old granddaughter, was diagnosed back in December as gluten intolerant.  You can read about that here. Well, Courtney came to visit from Kansas for 2 weeks at the end… Read More

I’m back today with another recipe for you.  Are you having kids at your Easter dinner this year?  If you are here is a great little salad that is perfect for all the little bunnies.  These are cute little salads that can be placed at any child’s place setting.  They’ll get a giggle out of… Read More

Today I have another recipe for Beverly and her son, the picky eater.  Hopefully, Beverly, your son likes macaroni and cheese.  The gluten free store bought can be sooo expensive and not really tasty. This recipe is a twist on Food Network Good Eats Chef,… Read More

I had a comment/question the other day from Beverly. Beverly says: February 23, 2011 at 8:04 pm My son is on a gluten free diet, however I have found it difficult to feed him. He is very picky.… Read More