[quote:371f6efb08="Possumgirl (Randy)"]I always wanted an AGA, but they're out of my price range! When we first thought of how we would remodel the downstairs, my idea was to get rid of the fireplace and put an AGA there instead.PG[/quote:371f6efb08]You are so right - an Aga in the UK is about �7,000!!!! (10,250? approx) Rayburns are nice too and slightly cheaper at about �5,000!! (7,500? aprox)
I can so feel your pain! My son is now almost three but has been dairy and soy free since he was about a year old. He is now also gluten free. I know it feels so overwhelming right now! I *promise* it gets better and becomes a natural way of life. There are some great formulas that are rice or soy based. If you can get to a Whole Foods (your local stores may or may not carry this) but there is a great Rice Cereal by Bob' Red Mill that is gluten and dairy free. I would not suggest the baby food rice cereals. Obviously, the baby cannot have oats or barley baby cereals. There are some great recipes for chicken nuggets made with cornmeal. I would definitely make your own because buying them are so expensive. Let me do some research and write something up and get back to you. I just need some time to remember what I did when my little one was littler. This may not make sense now, but be grateful he can have soy at least.