I haven't even read before this page. I just realized that the reason I feel busy is that I am. I cooked enough food today for 2-3 days and I need to do the same tomorrow, I'm visiting a friend for most of the day. Then Thursdays are busy again, so Wednesday I'll be cooking ahead more. It'll be good to have plenty of real, cooked food in the freezer (I've been winging it for WAY too long) but wow, cooking takes a lot of time, and I'm getting caught up on stuff like making kimchee and rendering lard--okay, that makes me feel better, I don't have to do either every week.
CS--before I got all behind, I saw you asked about formula. What are your reasons against? The non-real-food aspect is obvious, and it's got to be costly (is there any way to get help with the cost? maybe now that she's got a diagnosis, would some sort of insurance cover it?), are there other reasons too? Because it seems like it might be reasonable. It's not like you're going to give up figuring out why she's got an eosinophilic disorder, but as a stopgap for a while, it seems reasonable. But I may be, likely am, missing some of your concerns.
I need to finish up in the kitchen and then get to bed. So tired, even with a nap. Oh, maybe that's the lack of caffeine. Bummer. I think I'll be in bed by 10pm for my adrenals. Night-night all.