Thursday, October 24, 2013
Approximately 10am- nurses, gets up. I make my morning coffee and C drinks her raw milk sippy, takes half a dropper of Living Stream probiotics, cell salts 1,2,8 and Bioplasma. (3 of each). First thing every morning.
11am - breakfast. 2 farm fresh free range eggs and AppleGate bacon cooked in butter. Our farm doesn't sell her bacon. :(
After this C takes half a dropper of her Living Streams alfalfa and bifido. She will also have one of her gelatin gummies and a teaspoon of fermented cod liver and butter oil. Then I brush her teeth with coconut oil and Earthpaste. Followed by spraying the front four with Living Minerals probiotic spray. Coat them with MI paste. Xylitol candy to end the routine.
Nap around 1-2:30 then lunch at 3. Typical lunch includes an AppleGate hotdog and zucchini or a ham, raw cheese and kale spinach wrap. Washed down by water or raw milk. Xylitol candy after. Also another batch of cell salts.
7 or so we start dinner. If she starts getting antsy or hungry while I'm cooking I will heat up some broth and she will sip on that or some cheese. We currently buy organic valley raw cheese. That's the best option we have, our farm is running low for the winter. Anyway, typical dinner is a meat (chops, steak, ground beef steak, grilled chicken), with steamed vegetables cooked in water/beef broth, and stewed potatoes. I try to fill her up on the Others before the potatoes but they're my husbands favorite and he's really suffering from our diets. Lol! To make these I just chop up organic potatoes, boil them in beef broth and Real Salt for about 20 minutes, then add 3 teaspoons raw butter.
After this she gets her bath. Warm water and about a cup of magnesium flakes. I really think she's low in magnesium. I also try to spray her with the magnesium oil often throughout the day. Sometimes it burns her so we really rely on the flakes at bath time. Another round of cell salts.
BED TIME! We night weaned at 16 months after the dentist scared us into it. Clearly it didn't change anything, but Ido enjoy my night time alone when her daddy is putting her to sleep. He really cherishes this time as well. Anyway, this is hard because she is typically very tired and fights the brushing. So I start a Mickey Mouse movie, pause it after a few minutes, and say "let's brush our teeth then we can watch Mickey!" That usually does the trick. First I put some peroxide on a qtip and blot the problem areas. Then I load up her brush with coconut oil and Earthpaste and brush them to the best of my ability. After I'm sure I've gotten all the good spots, I spray the Living Streams Mineral Spray on them 4 or so times. Then I typically give her MORE coconut oil to really make sure that bacteria is gone. She likes to help smear it. Sometimes I will also put a drop or two of black walnut extract on her tongue too, depending on her mood. Then I coat the front 4 with MI Paste (she calls it paint because we "paint" the front 4 teeth with it) and give her a xylitol candy. She happily screams DONE DADDY and he comes in our room and lays with her until she's asleep.
Sounds tedious at first but we have been doing this for around two months now, adding supplements along the way, and the change in her mood has been spectacular. She is so much happier, so full of life, talking in complete sentences, more outgoing, sleeping better, eating more and willing to try new things. Her teeth are STRONG. They are chipped but they are very strong. She has no sensitivity anymore at all. After her frenectomy Tuesday I really can't wait to see how the healing is going to progress. I do not expect God to miraculously make them pearly white again, but I pray every night he guides me, gives me wisdom and puts the right people in my path to help me on this journey. I do feel like there's a bigger picture, I do feel like I can change the world.