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Valentine's Day is just a couple of weeks away! We are always busy baking around this time of year as my daughter's birthday is the day before. You'll find me in the kitchen baking cupcakes or cookies, most likely using Pamela's Baking Mixes. A few years ago, Pamela's came out with her Sugar Cookie Mix, which we absolutely LOVE. Super easy to make and bake! What You Need: 1 Package of
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**This post contains Amazon affiliate links. I received a very small, small percentage, but it is very much appreciated.** (republished post from 2016) School will be back in session in just a few weeks. When it comes to packing lunches, I will be packing Jack's lunch every day, 5 days a week, 20 days a month, for 40 weeks out of the year. That's a lot of lunch packin'! But, I don't complain,
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Y'all, class is in session! I have come up with 20 ways to raise awareness for this May - which many of you know is (or may not know, which is totally ok) Celiac Awareness Month. Raising awareness for celiac disease is MUST.  Not just during May, BUT any time an opportunity comes our way. Since starting this journey almost 9 years ago, I can honestly say that more people know about
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Jack in Summer 2016 As a mother trying to balance busy schedules and the pressure of making healthy meals, it can be challenging to say the least. I'll be the first to admit, we won't be the healthiest on the block, but I will do my best! I mean, we're doing pretty good...Jack eats spinach leaves and hard boiled eggs every day!! As spring baseball practice begins, I'm back to whipping up
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**This post contains affiliate links - affiliate links are a way for me to generate a small percentage if you were to connect to Amazon through my page. It just helps me to continue my blog on a Stay at Home Mom budget. Thank you for visiting Raising Jack and I hope you find this blog post and others resourceful! xo A couple of years ago, I had fun baking and decorating these Easter Egg Sugar
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Super Bowl parties are all about the FOOD, right? At least for me it is. I'm not a big football fan, but I'm a BIG FOODIE, that's for sure! : So let's dive into these dishes below to help make your Super Bowl party a gluten-free success. These are EASY, DELICIOUS AND EVERYONE WILL ENJOY THEM! 10 EASY + DELICIOUS GLUTEN-FREE DISHES 1)  Chili - Main Dish (toppings - Fritos, shredded cheese,
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With Thanksgiving just around the corner, I converted some favorite traditional Thanksgiving dishes into gluten-free ones to help you all on your way to ENJOYING THE GLUTEN-FREE DRESSIN', WITHOUT STRESSIN'! Green Bean Casserole Gluten-Free Alternative:  This turned out fabulous, actually better than I thought it would. Thanks to ALDI liveGFree French Fried Onions (pic at bottom of post) and
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It's that time of year again! TRICK OR TREAT! The kids are excitedly, indecisively, going back and forth on what they want to be for Halloween. From an army guy, to a ninja to Hulk, the options are endless! I mark on the calendar a day and I say, "This is the date you have to decide by. Once we buy your costume, there's no turning back, understand?" And they just look at me like, "Huh?" ;
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Spencer is 9 years old and  was diagnosed with celiac  disease when he was  18 months old. What symptoms was your child having before being diagnosed? Weight loss, diarrhea, screaming with tummy pain, would refuse most foods. Swelling, hives. joint pain and joint swelling. Melt downs.  I watched my beautiful baby boy slowly start to slip away. Doctors kept giving wrong dx and acting as
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Adisyn is 8 years old and was  diagnosed with celiac disease  when she was 18 months old. What symptoms was your child having before being diagnosed? Adisyn began experiencing symptoms when she was just 6 months old; severe constipation, night terrors every night, and a distended, rock hard tummy. Any other family members diagnosed with celiac disease? No - she is the first and only
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