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Welcome to "But the book says", a blog that offers parents permission to do things their way, despite what the "books" might read. Here you will find parents that can relate to decisions that contradict the "norm" and come to

Owner: mywaymom

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Language: English

Tags: medical, allergies, planning, religious, birth

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Latest Blog Posts for "But the book says..."

  • May 3rd - Children's Tylenol Recall (among others)
    on May 3, 2010
    Yes my friends, this blog is going to be another testament to trusting your gut. Not the books, not the doctors, not the labels…..but your gut!Two weeks ago M. started to run a 102 fever. As directed by my pediatrician, I gave M. Tylenol to bring i...
  • Public Service Announcement from FAAN & Trace Adkins
    on Apr 28, 2010
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  • Getting Ready For Food Allergy Awareness Week (May 9-15)
    on Apr 28, 2010
    Recognize Food Allergy Awareness Week by Respecting Every BiteNational Awareness Campaign Aims to Educate, Raise Awareness FAIRFAX, Va. (April 28, 2010) – Millions of Americans with food allergies must treat every morsel they eat as if it could pot...
  • on Apr 26, 2010
    When I became pregnant I had every intention of going back to work. I should clarify here that the work I’m referring to was that of an office, a male boss, a 50 hour work week and a paycheck. I didn’t think I could afford to stay home and resign...
  • on Apr 19, 2010
    Parents aren’t the only group of people who get wrapped up in the written word and hold it gospel. Doctors are just as guilty, yet their vice comes in the form of a textbook. In my first entry I promised glimpses into the journey with my son (in al...
  • on Apr 11, 2010
    I had the grandest of plans when I set out to be a mother. Everything was perfectly laid out in my mind. My child would always behave, eat all of his meals, never use a pacifier and dammit if he was ever going to watch television. Well, let me tell y...
  • on Apr 7, 2010
    My faith has taught me that with God anything is possible. It has also taught me that I have very little control over what the future holds. I learned years ago that “if you want to make God laugh tell Him you have plans”. Well, He must think tha...
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