What is Celiac Disease? | NFCA

Article courtesy: National Foundation of Celiac Awareness What is Celiac Disease? Celiac disease is an autoimmune digestive disease that damages the villi of the small intestine and interferes with absorption of nutrients from food. What does this mean? Essentially the body is attacking itself every time a person with celiac consumes gluten. Do you have Read more…

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squiggly line | Chrissy, Superpowered Mama

Article courtesy: Chrissy Kelly, Life with Greyson & Parker It happens every so often, albeit less often as time goes by. My head immunity gets worn down and I wake up in a funk. While my eyes are still closed and my body is actually still asleep, a little corner of my mind wakes up and Read more…

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letting go | Chrissy, Superpowered Mama

Article courtesy: Chrissy Kelly, Life with Greyson & Parker My sweet, first born, 4-year-old son shimmies his naked heiny across the toilet seat in McDonald’s. The same boy who was wiped clean with antibacterial everything numerous times a day as a baby. Surfaces were painstakingly prepared for him–germs eradicated and slathered with antibacterial gel before he came Read more…

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this is life | Chrissy, Superpowered Mama

Article courtesy: Chrissy Kelly, Life with Greyson & Parker This is my son Parker. He has 100 different smiles, all guaranteed to light up the room.  He’s a mama’s boy, a fact that makes me glow with pride. And each time he chooses only me to soothe him, I feel like I just won a prize. We Read more…

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unresolved | Chrissy, Superpowered Mama

Article courtesy: Chrissy Kelly, Life with Greyson & Parker So many New Year’s Resolutions are under the assumption that we are broken. We are doing life all wrong. So much of life already promotes those loathsome feelings, along with magnifying our imperfections, insecurities and inabilities. It’s exhausting.  Life is hard enough. I find plenty about Read more…

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OMG Moments in Gluten Free Parenting – Camp!

In life, especially in parenting, there are a lot of moments when you look back and think, “Oh my gosh….I thought that phase was a challenge?”, because youʼve realized that whatʼs next is not going to be any easier. My first real experience with this was when I had my second son. I knew that Read more…

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