September 12, 2012

Unwillingly Lactose Free

There's milk in the house, I'm proud to say. This means I can send my children to school with more breakfast to metabolize than dry cereal and juice boxes.
(I will not tell you how many days they have been lactose free.)

One comment on “Unwillingly Lactose Free”

  1. This post made me laugh, only because I count mysel in the category 'unwillingly lactose free.'. But my fast is because I'm nursing a fussy baby who seems to have an aversion to dairy. And, MAN, do I miss my milk. And cheese. And butter. (etc., etc, ad naseum)

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