Author Annaliese Lemmon
I am not a doctor. Or a nurse. Or anything that has studied medicine of any kind besides first aid. Please don’t take my posts as medical advice.
I am not a nutritionist. It is possible I’m missing out on a few nutrients here and there. But I do know about the four food groups and encourage my family to live within those rules. (Well, at least by the 2-1/2 food groups my son can eat)
I am not a cook. Actually, I do cook. What I mean is that I am not very good at coming up with my own recipes. I view cooking as a science and follow recipes meticulously, except for tossing things out that I don’t like, such as mushrooms and peppers. So, you won’t find very many unique recipes here.
I am a mom. My job is to take care of my kids. Currently, I have a 4 year old who chooses not to eat, and a 2 year old who would eat almost anything if his immune system didn’t attack it. Learning about my son’s allergies has added a lot of stress to that job, but he adds lots of smiles to my day. Here I’ll share some of the pitfalls and helps I’ve encountered.
I am a Mormon. My husband and I are lifelong members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and are raising our children in that church. This will bring occasional posts about spirituality, as well as talk about the food our church serves at almost every function.
And I did actually learn something when I went to BYU. I graduated in Computer Science. Great major if I was interested in earning lots of money. Not a huge effect on my day to day life though. Ah well.
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