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Hi Janae,Just found your blog via Gena from Choosing Raw. I like what I see! This is a totally birarze question from left field but I thought I might see what your opinion is. I'm expecting my third baby next spring and I always hated my nursing chair, i.e. the chair in the baby's room that you spend a lot of time nursing in. I'm tall like you (5'9 ) and am shopping around for a new chair. I happened to see an ad on the side of your page for a chair that I'm considering! Anyway, no stores near me sell the brand so if I want to try it out, I'd have to drive a couple hours at least (which I may do for a comfy chair!). Just curious what you like. I am someone who really needs a well-fitting chair (I've never been able to just meander around the house with baby latched on and maybe you have been and have no idea what I'm talking about!). Any insight?? Thanks so much and already pinned two of your recipes!!
My daughter has mild aleilgers to peanuts AND soy. Her main reaction is eczema. Thankfully we don't have to worry about life threatening reactions. But until we found out about the allergy, she loved peanut butter sandwiches. Since we couldn't go with soy butter, our allergist suggested Sunbutter. It is made with sunflower seeds. It tastes much like peanut butter and when you put it with jelly, honey or bananas, you can't tell the difference.
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The bruleed ciruts reminds me of my Grandma's broiled grape fruit in the mornings. She always could pick the most juicy and sweet grape fruit. By far my favorite part about winter. Ooooh honey cardamom yogurt. Why haven't I thought of that? Sounds fancier than my honey and cinnamon yogurt I'll have to give that one a go! Man, now I'm craving a broiled grape fruit!
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