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    Emily Malone

    culinary arts grad. nutrition facts lover. vegetarian chef. marathon runner. country music maniac. failed dog trainer. barre fanatic. loving mama.

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Technical Difficulties.

Hi guys!  Sorry for all the site problems the last few days!  My host seems to be having an issue with my server, and while the blog is finally back up and running, it looks like the pictures still aren’t loading.

In other words… it’s not you, it’s me. 

I have a baby boy getting his 4 month shots today, a husband with the flu, and I’m trying to stay on top of the site issues at the same time.  Hope to be up and running at full speed shortly!

Thanks for your patience.

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Jane     at 8:55 am

Ahhh sorry for your problems and everything that is going on, Emily! Hang in there! Good luck with the 4 months shots today …eek!

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tamicka     at 8:57 am

Oh no. Well don’t worry.too much about us. We’ll be Herr waiting to hear all the details when everything is working. Again.

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Kourtney     at 9:28 am

Don’t worry about us! Focus on taking care of your men and we’ll be here when things calm down. *hugs*

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Annie @ Naturally Sweet Recipes     at 9:34 am

Sorry so much is going on right now!! Take it easy and don’t worry about the site. Good luck with everything!!

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Amber @ Busy, Bold, Blessed     at 9:52 am

No worries, take your time, we will wait for you! Hope the hubs feels better and baby’s shots go well.

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Ali @ Peaches and Football     at 9:54 am

Good luck with your shots today Cullen! Be brave – they will be over soon!

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Kathy     at 9:55 am

Please check out all the autism links to vaccines for your sons sake. If you’ve never considered the thought that vaccines could be harmful (especially to the gut flora), do some research on both sides of the issue.I have seen close relatives suffer the loss of their son’s mind to autism because of vaccination.There are many similar heartbreaking testimonies. Please consider them before giving shots to your son.Their are times where I might opt for vaccines like going into a third world country, but I would first research other ways to build my immune system.The issue is huge, don’t trust anyone else to make the decision on what’s best for your son.

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Victoria Reply:

Really?? None of your business

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Nina Reply:

How do you know she has not done research already? The only reason it is somewhat “safe” for someone not vaccinate their own child in the U.S. is because the vast majority of other kids are vaccinated, thereby protecting the few un-vaccinated kids.

You don’t build up tolerances to things like MMR, chicken pox, small pox, tetanus, or whooping cough. You either get vaccinated, or you risk getting sick and suffering through the illnesses, all while hoping medical treatment can take care of you.

It’s really unfortunate that you have family members that now must learn how to raise and communicate with their kids that have autism. However, it’s not appropriate to present second-hand anecdotal testimonies as hard science on this blog.

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Bonnie Reply:

Seriously!!!

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Anne Reply:

Autism is genetic… it is not something that “appear” one day, come on.

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Amber K     at 9:59 am

So sorry! Hope everything works itself out and your husband feels better!

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Ashley     at 10:13 am

Good luck. I feel your frustration, believe me! Chris is also sick! Get better boys! I’m in a race to get my new site up because the old one is being DELETED on Thursday. Good times. ;)

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Angela @ Happy Fit Mama     at 10:21 am

Don’t worry about us! Take care of your little family. Good luck with Cullen’s shots. It’s usually worse for Mom and Dad. :)

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Elisabeth     at 10:36 am

Glad the blog is at least partially back up & running! ;)

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Samantha     at 3:49 pm

Take care of yourself and your family…of course I miss the updates but it is totally fine. Life outside the blog happens! :)

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Lu     at 8:52 pm

Hope everything gets better quickly. You’re doing a great job!!

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Hayley @ Oat Couture     at 1:35 am

Happy belated birthday btw! :) Also don’t worry about us, just concentrate on your lovely family! I hope everything fixes itself easily for you and I hope your boys are both back on top form soon!

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Maria     at 5:21 am

It may be too late for thi advice, but someone told us to give our daughter sugar water during her vaccinations to distract her from crying, and it really worked! At her 2 mos, she was hysterical, but at her 4 mos, she barely noticed because of the sugar water. Here is an article explaining: http://www.cincinnatipediatrics.com/home/topics/article/449/ We gave it to her during the shots too (this article just says before and after).

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Sarah @ See Sarah Eat     at 6:22 am

Praying everything and everyone is back to normal soon!

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