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I simply cannot do it

I’ve tried.

I’ve looked up dozens of sites.

I’ve researched so many different recipes.

I’ve TESTED┬áso many different recipes.

And they’ve all led me to one conclusion.

 

I. Hate. Coconut. Flour.

I cannot stand it! I love coconut – coconut milk, coconut water, coconut flakes, I am COCONUT 4 LYF.. but my god, if I’m left with coconut flour then I guess I’m not eating┬ábecause it simply does not work for me. blargh no that’s one healthy switch getting kicked to the curb in this household.

We HAVE made the switch to Almond milk. Silk dark chocolate Almond milk is the ABSOLUTE best. And bonus – almonds help with breast milk supply. That’s really why I’m drinking it.. really..

And I’m making these banana dark chocolate almond pancakes this coming weekend!!! I’ll let you know what we think of them!

 

In further news, me and the Little were sick last week. Like super duper sick. She started Monday off coughing and congested and steadily worsened throughout the day. Her temp was hovering around 100.5 until evening when it hit 100.8 so we took her to the ER…where it hit 102.4. They dosed her up with Tylenol and sent us on our merry way after her fever broke and she started acting like her normal self.

fe fi fo fum I'm the sickest baby bum!

fe fi fo fum
I’m the sickest baby bum!

many hours after bedtime..

many hours after bedtime..

 

Tuesday, I had a super sore throat where I couldn’t drink anything let alone eat but Lily was finally gracing us with smiles so I knew she was on the mend. I went to bed, woke up around 1am to a crying baby, fed and medicated her.. and then proceeded to lay there for 2 hours twitching and shivering from an extreme fever. That fever finally broke and I got some sleep. Wednesday, my fevers were all over the place from 100 to 102.5 degrees. I was so sick I couldn’t carry Lily five feet and Eric had to come home from work in the morning. My fever finally hit 102.8 then broke. We both went to our doctors on Thursday. I was diagnosed with HFMD which has no treatment and no test to prove it so rest + liquids + doctors note for my physical therapy and I was released. We then went to Lily’s doctor for an ER follow up. This is the first time I met that doctor and I immediately disliked her. She wasn’t very personable (which I wouldn’t care if she was my doctor and not personable buuuut you’re handling my kid so we gots ta have some good vibes) and she abandoned Lily and myself for 15 minutes to find a nasal swab to test Lilyian for RSV… even after I said the ER had already done that. She returned with no nasal swab, bitching that the ER didn’t run a urine sample because that’s what SHE would have done… then proceeded to inform me that allowing my 4 month old to stand would bow her legs and I should not be letting her do that but “that’s just MY advice.. you don’t HAVE to follow it… but it’s my MEDICAL advice.” kk so I get that you’re an old woman but.. if you’re not going to keep up to date on the research which disproves that myth*** then I don’t want you near my child.. so Lily has a new doctor!!

**I’m going to look up the original source found at the bottom of the article(s)

Super random post, I’m sorry. I just felt like rambling. I’ve been running On Guard in the house since we got sick so everything smells great and clean at the same time and I’m just in a ramble-ly mood!