Sometimes food allergies are easy to spot, such as peanut and nuts. Other times, a food allergen may be hidden in a list of ingredients. That’s where friends can help.
Archives for May 2012
Senior Ryan Anderson’s football dreams were sidelined his junior year when his knee started to hurt. When he discovered there was a tumor in his knee, Akron Children’s Hospital was there to help him with his battle.
After I finish each entry, I usually start looking ahead to what will happen next—sometimes it’s good (taking the last dose of heart medication) and sometimes it’s not-so-good (Bekah’s newfound allergies to milk, soy, soap, behaving properly, etc. that I’m sure you’ll be reading about soon.)
Aaron Galpert recently returned to his job in Akron Children’s Center for Orthopedics and Sports Medicine after a four-month leave of absence, during which he traveled as an athletic trainer with the Harlem Globetrotters through 17 states, including Alaska.
Jordan has been doing well with his super boots. I am amazed at how these boots have given him freedom. As Randy and I were getting ready to go to work last week, Jordan was playing in his little area and tipped over.
I was at Akron Children’s Hospital last Thursday, but not with Baby Jude. Not doing Parent Advisor stuff and not picking up or dropping off paperwork. I was at Akron Children’s Hospital to visit a little baby boy and his Mama.