Mr. Grizzly wrote:I think it's a little dumb that they make a big deal out of him being homeschooled.
A lot of kids are homeschooled for reasons like that, lesser reasons,
and reasons that just has to do with getting a better education.
But it's life. I have a sister who's severely allergic to a lot of things.
Freaks me out whenever she so much as smells something.
It's not just being homeschooled, but his social life would have to be monitored. Food is everywhere.
What can't she eat?
@Rainleaf~ Me too. :c I loves my food.
@Lyra~ I think what his disease is is that he can't eat solid foods or else his esophagus would get inflamed and swell up causing him to stop breathing. So that's why he eat applesauce and baby food.
I mean, if that were me, I rather get nutrition pumped into my stomach than have a puree of pizza, since his puree would have to be the consistency of applesauce. Eck.
Food is not only for nutrition, but for taste and texture. And can also be used as a form of celebration or union. When you see relatives or friends, food is usually involved.