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[easy-social-share counters=1] Disclaimer: This information should not replace professional advice by a qualified medical or herbal practitioner. When my son was born with a rare birth defect called Esophageal Atresia my whole world changed. I didn’t know about this condition and what is worse, didn’t even have time to educate myself   Read More ...

Having a child with EA/TEF is not easy when it comes to eating. This is why I came up with EA-TEF Best Kitchen Tools to help other families. Our wonderful surgeon always tells me at our routine visits to remember that every EA/TEF child will have their own limitations and problems   Read More ...

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This is the story of Nina Marie Nina was born three weeks early and weighed 4 pounds, 8 ounces. While she was in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit, Nina’s father, a nurse, glanced at an X-ray and noticed blackness where her right lung should have been. When he mentioned it,   Read More ...

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Disclaimer: I received the items in this post for review free of charge. This post contains affiliate links.  All opinions are my own. I just received some samples in the mail. I am a huge fan of probiotics and when I found out about Tula’s® CocoKefir I was very excited to   Read More ...

Disclaimer: Please note that links on this page are affiliate links and I will earn a commission if you purchase through those links.  The products I link are the ones I use or have used at home and have worked best for my EA-TEF child.  Best Products For My EA-TEF   Read More ...

This is something that works really well when my son is sick: Raw Honey For Coughs And Colds. A teaspoon before bedtime does the trick.  I can see how he sleeps better and coughs less. Did you know studies have determined that children who get a dose of raw honey   Read More ...

I have a beautiful and healthy six year old son who was born with a rare birth defect called Esophageal Atresia with Tracheoesophageal Fistula (EA/TEF). It is a disorder of the digestive system in which the esophagus does not develop properly. The esophagus is the tube that normally carries food from the mouth to   Read More ...

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