10 Things Kids With Food Allergies Want You to Know
Mommy,” she moves toward me. Her gaze is locked, voice shaky. “My throat feels funny."
“Funny, like a scratchy tickle or funny like you can't swallow?"
“Just really funny,” Veronica shrugs her shoulder.
“Can you swallow?” I ask the important question.
She nods her head, “Yes.”
Shit, what did she eat? and I immediately act giving her a dose of Benadryl. Then I problem-solve: “What did you eat? … Okay. Let’s look at the label.”
Her first allergic reaction was at eight weeks old.
I opened her diaper and spotted blood in her poo.
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