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Halloween: We "plant" safe treats with the neighbors we know- quinoa cheerios and pure, homemade maple syrup candy. Then, we go Trick or...

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Hi, Good luck with food trialing! My 3-year-old son has FPIES (no luck with growing out of it yet- we just failed a retrial). He also...

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Hi, Good luck to you as you navigate this journey. I can only offer advice based on our situation: 1. We relied mostly on breastmilk at...

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My son vomited Elecare Jr. The doctors said it couldn't possibly fail- but it did! I went back to breastfeeding for awhile. He is now...

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This has been a very informative post- thanks everyone! I have one 3-year-old son with 10 safe foods (up from 5 over the winter, so I...

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Most of my recipes are quinoa-based. You are right- a lot of the gluten-free infant food recipes contain oats- I often experimented in...

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Do you know what grains are safe for her yet? My 3-year-old son has FPIES to all grains (rice, oats, corn, never tried wheat), so we use...

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Hi, I agree with everything Murphy said. My 3-year-old son is not unlike her children- He has 10 safe foods, and he has always thrived.

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Sadly, welcome to our world. There are quite a few of us on this forum with toddlers that lose safe foods and large lists of fails (not...

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Hi Ewa, Try not overthink everything- one day at a time! : ) Try to find a good medical professional to help work out the details-...

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Hi Mark, Hope your kiddo is doing better this spring! Mine is- I find winter is rough for kiddos with FPIES, since viruses really mess...

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Hi, I think most FPIES cases do fit the medical articles from what I heard from my doctors- they've never seen a case like ours. This...

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Hi, That is a lot of questions. : ) Every case of FPIES seems really individualized, so I can only answer from my perspective. My son is...

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Well, I'm one state too far from you (WI). Hopefully, someone from Michigan sees your post and can give you a personal reference. This...

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I second the advice on cooking with olive oil- my son reacts to almost everything and that has been safe. My son refused to eat...

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Hi, Figuring out food trial fails can be very confusing! I would food test one food at a time. Do you know for sure it was the oatmeal...

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Hi, The results are in - Quinoa Queen cereal (lightly sweetened) was a "pass" for my 2-year-old son with FPIES!!!! He LOVES them. He was...

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Wow! Thanks for the tip. I just placed an order as well. My son reacts to corn, rice, soy, and a lot more. But, we don't usually have a...

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Hi, Well, I definitely don't have all the answers to your questions! But, my 2-year-old son definitely has FPIES with similar vomiting...

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Wow- thanks everyone for the useful information both here and on facebook. My 2-year-old son with FPIES (multiple-food failure) has...

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Hi, My almost 2-year-old son has FPIES, and sleep training went fairly easily for us. So, I don't know if I'm a huge help. If in the...

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Hi, Well, I don't know all of the answers to your questions. We didn't do very well with any solid food at nine months old. We relied on...

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Hi, I would make sure that you isolate each food without jumping to conclusions. My son had a major FPIES reaction to rice cereal and a...
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