My husband does a lot (well, ok, most) of our cooking, so, our system is either a naturally gluten free meal (for example, tacos), or, for things like pasta, he makes gluten free for me, regular for him, and we make one sauce to share.
The two meals create a few more dishes, but my husband is happy to be eating gluten, and I think it's cheaper for him not to eat "my" food...
(Then again, I really don't mind him eating gluten in front of me, so this system works for us. May not work for everyone...)
As for the baby, well, gluten free for now (ha), and I don't know how early we'll start on gluten, but I want the little one to at least know how stuff tastes - and if they don't have celiac, WOOHOO!!
Those are not my feet. The scale aptly says: Go Run.
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Baby Bruin born April 29, 2010. (Highest weight during pregnancy - 178. Working to get back to the low 140s. 160 represents my highest weight before pregnancy).
| current weight: 138.0