symptoms, swollen lips/face/tongue or trouble breathing. If you suspect an allergy, you should
probably call your doctor. Make sure you have a list of foods your child
has eaten within the last few days ready to share.
“wait period” before moving to something different. This will allow you
to not only recognize an allergic reaction, but it will be easier to
tell exactly what food is causing it. We all think of nuts, dairy,
coconut and seafood as potential threats but did you know that berries,
citrus and wheat are some of the top foods to watch as well?
allergies. My daughter showed a reaction to peaches when we first
introduced them around 7 months, but by a year she was a peach eating
machine! Just be careful to keep an eye on baby when you reintroduce foods.
It is also worth noting that allergies can appear out of the blue so just when you thought you were safe…that gives you something else to worry about. ;o) I only bring this up because we didn’t learn about my son’s milk allergy until he was 6 months old…he never had a reaction until then. I guess I just had too much ice cream one night and BAM…severe diarrhea/diaper rash and one crabby kid. This can happen even in adulthood- Ash W just discovered she’s allergic to anything that tastes decent (poor thing!!).