What a title, huh?
Anyways, I am here to pick your brains.
Squid's been having a puking problem.
It started about the time I
stopped nursing, so it wasn't that hard to figure out that it was a
dairy intolerance. When we switched to almond milk it helped clear it
up from the puking every day to only throwing up one to two times a
week. The problem is that this has been going on for almost three
months. I've switched him over to a gluten-free diet, just in
case...... but does anyone else have any ideas what might make a
relatively healthy one year old throw up? I'd like to feel like I'm
doing something while I wait on the referral to the GI/allergy
specialist to go through.
Here's a picture
of him from back in December, when I was still nursing him, before we
started having allergy (that's what I think it is) issues:
And here's a picture of him from last week:
Keep in mind that the photo above is AFTER
he started putting weight back on. Anyways, I'm open to any and all
ideas or stories.
Moving on to less serious topics:
On a whim, I decided to do a little research into my my new town's Chicken Laws. Yeah, yeah, they're called "city ordinances".
Whatever. Quit being so technical.
Guess what I found out?
Three chickens, no roosters, and up to six chicks. We can have three chickens at our new Hobbit House!
Do you have any idea how happy this makes me?
I want one of these:
and I want one of these:
and then I want one of those plain-looking white ones that lay a stupid amount of eggs so I can have lots of these:
After a really long week, you have no idea how happy this makes me.
I think I'm going to name them "The Beckies". Is that narcissistic? Or is it the opposite of narcissism?
Who cares? Yaaaay! I'm going to be moving out of California AND getting some chickens!