Just One Mom – Guest Post by Jenn G.

Jenn and her husband live in Northern Kentucky, and have two young kids: a 3-year-old son and 6-month-old daughter.  Last summer they began noticing behavioral changes in their son and started looking for answers.  They are now dye-free and their son is back to his energetic, fun loving, curious ways.  Her story is so similar […]

Our Dye-Free Summer Road Trip

If you followed my silly stream of tweets in late July and early August, then you know that I took a chance on a 1,900-mile road trip from “The Big A” to the live music capital of the world – Austin.  Also lovingly known as Hippie Haven, and Bat City.  The “chance” part is because […]

I’m Back, And So Is Monday Mashup…Win a free DFD t-shirt!

Our dye-free summer vacation is over, and I’m completely exhausted.   It’s taking all I have to get just this one tiny blog post out today, much less tackle the mounds of laundry.  I will write about our adventures in Food Land this Thursday…you may be surprised by the reactions we experienced.  But today’s post […]

Getting A Head Start On Dye-Free Summer Vacations

In my dye-free vacation fantasies, I get to enjoy time away from home by lounging in peace, or arriving fresh-faced at some awesome (but planned/reserved) “experience”…on time, even.  I can walk proudly in some new swimsuit that will never touch water, cabana boys will bring me naturally-dyed cocktails poolside, parents will be getting along swimmingly […]

Hindsight, Regret & This Dye-Free Parent’s Learning Curve

As my “Die, Food Dye!” blog approaches its six month anniversary, I look back with pride and astonishment at the overwhelmingly positive response.  I’ve met so many parents who can relate to our woes, and who are hungry for more knowledge.  I’m still learning every day.  And that’s what I want to talk about today…the […]

We’ve Got Spirit, Yes We Do!

We’ve got spirit…How ’bout you? Today my thoughts are on school spirit nights, and the aftermath of eating at the chosen restaurants for some food coloring sensitive families. My kid gets a sticker on her shirt reminding her to support her school at a local eatery, every Wednesday.  She begs to go.  She even does […]

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