He Won’t Slip Away

Getting my son healthy has been so difficult and as soon as I think I’ve got it all figured out something happens and I realize I don’t. Oh how I wish he would have been born healthy and didn’t have to struggle the way he does. But that isn’t our reality so I must do whatever I can to help him.

I’ve noticed that recently his speech has been getting ahead of itself, if that makes sense? It’s like his mouth can’t keep up with the words so they mesh together. He is still talking really well, but I am noticing a regression.

Sounds are bothering him again. The baby is loud. The planes are loud. The dogs barking all cause him to place his hands over his ears.

Objects are popping back into his mouth. He mouths anything in his hand.

I just know it largely has to do with the fact that I still haven’t been able to rid him of his Candida. The diet is impossibly hard for me let alone a little child. It’s amazing (for lack of a better word) what this can do to a person. Some people have it so light that it isn’t even noticeable to them…while others, like me and my son, are deeply affected.

The good news is that I’m consulting with Tenna Merchant, author of He’s not autistic but…” who is a Doctor of Naturopathy and Mater Herbalist. She got her son healthy. She rid him of his Candida and other health problems. And I’m hopeful that she’ll have the answers for me that I so desperately need and am so ready for.

I refuse to let him slip away from me again!

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  1. Hi! I haven’t visited in awhile! I like what you have done with your site. It looks great! I hope that your son will get straightened out quickly and get back on track.

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  2. Hi Nell,

    Love your site!! I remember visiting a while ago … sad isn’t it? I will certainly be more regular in the upcoming days/weeks/months.

    Zane sounds like a very smart little boy who will definitely work through these challenges. With the love and support of both you and your husband, he will continue to gain the confidence and drive to push forward.

    If you ever have the time, I would love to meet up with you offline and ask you a few questions regarding Zane’s speech therapy and such.

    Take care and thanks for the comment on my site!!!

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