food allergies. ::headdesk:: specifically wheat, soy and peanut. peanut is no problem--both kids now have it, and i've always been peanut free at home. its to be determined if its "just" a wheat allergy or if we are looking at celiac. oddly she had no other traditional symptoms--no ecxema, no wheezing, no anaphalaxis---only red flag besides the vomiting is, of course, behavior. wheat and soy?? omg, she eats pizza or pasta every.single.day in the cafeteria. and both are literally in everything--i have no idea how we are going function. did i mention that along with this the doctor wants a high fiber, low cholesterol, anti-refux diet as well?? *for the record, i want to publicly say that her cholesterol level dropped slightly in correlation to the decrease in abilify we are getting passed off to an allergist for much more testing to formulate a plan...so far its only the assumed cause since we didnt got wheat/soy free yet...if it doesnt stop with complete avoidance, a scope, at a bare minimum, is still on the table. i was secretly hoping it was susie's ulcer suggestion (which was a great one, by the way) since that would be a much easier "fix", but she tested negative for h.pylori. did i mention we love to eat???? any and all suggestions welcome--i saw terry's son avoids it, so any great kid foods welcomed.