I’m a first time mommy to my three-year old adorable little boy.  I’m married to my high school sweetheart.  I have a deep passion for creating safe dishes for my son who has severe multiple food allergies.  My son is allergic to a long list of foods, which are wheat, rye, oat, banana, onion, garlic, dairy, egg, peanut, tree nut, tilapia fish, tuna, salmon, shellfish, sweet potato, and we have some more that we avoid as well.  My husband and I grew up without any allergies, so this has been and is a learning experience for us all.

Dealing with the everyday moments in life that sometimes feels like a roller coaster ride with so many loops, up and downs.  I always try to focus on the positive in everything.

Always here for support if you ever need it, at the end of the day I’m just trying to do my best at it all like you, as life is a learning experience.

I have recently started to contribute to the Living Harvest Blog, you can find them here.

I’ll also do honest reviews of products that you might enjoy hearing about..as well as giveaways when possible.  I hope to connect with you all.  If you are interested in working with me please contact me at daytodaymoments@aol.com or on twitter @daytodaymoments.  That applies to everyone, I’m a click or tweet away if you ever need me.

Please support my page, subscribe, comment, and it’ll be sure to grow into much more with all your help!  I look forward to meeting you all through daytodayMOMents!

Disclaimer:Everything I post are my opinions and thoughts, never to be taken as professional or medical advice. 
  1. September 22nd, 2011

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