Saturday at his chiropractic appointment, I figured if we were going to embrace NAET, we might as well go all in. So i took over a few of his supplements, including the SPEAK EFA and asked her to check him for allergies against them and help me calibrate dosage using her muscle testing technique. And what do you know, there was something in the Speak that he was reacting to. So she fixed it and helped me calibrate dosage of that and a few others (yay, we can drop dosages on a couple of things). She confirmed my intuition on the quercitin dosage to get us thru
He's back to fixating on Dora the Explorer DVD's... which has been a while. This time, tho, he's gotten out his little rubber frogs and is playing with them during the froggie section. Which is cute. But the DVD's are ear worms waiting to happen. Funny - the portion of Dora's travel over the ocean, he kept saying "Shit". Rod and I looked at him, made him repeat it, and finally realized he was trying to say "Ship".
The walk is this weekend - the weather is supposed to be BEAUTIFUL, so if you're local, please come walk with us. You'll get the annual Team Dominic button and you'll make a lot of people happy. If you haven't already registered for it, you should do that asap so you're guaranteed a t-shirt. If you're not local - you can sponsor our walk via the linky to the right. I can definitely tell a difference this year versus years that I spam people constantly to sponsor... We appreciate any and all support and Alpine does too.
Some awesome, thought provoking articles from the blogosphere today:
This is our future. And it makes me so sad. And makes me want to work that much harder to ensure that Dominic does not fall into this category as an adult.
And I want to find someone who can sell me Camel Milk for as little as possible. Anyone know a source? (stop laughing, really). All joking aside, its on the list as something to try should the opportunity arise. Why? Because it works for some kids. That and I'm driving the bus.