“Really? No Meds? – High Five, Girl!”

This is a guest post by a special supporter because Johanna is in West Virginia at Camp Oasis, a summer camp for kids with Crohn’s and colitis. At intake, Johanna got a huge high-five from the medical team when they realized her medication list was… empty. … More “Really? No Meds? – High Five, Girl!”

Six Months!

Woah. It feels like just yesterday, I was sobbing because I thought I would never be a normal kid again. I know everyone says that “it feels like just yesterday” thing about every big achievement and everything, but it really does. And maybe it’s because I really haven’t changed that drastically. I mean I’ve grown … More Six Months!

New IBD Shirts!

Yesterday, my best Crohnie friend (who happens to be my dance teacher), Marnina Cowan,   gave me two awesome new shirts; one for this summer, one that raises IBD awareness (though I can obviously wear them all the time!). They’re also really cute, and big enough for me to grow into them, so that’s a plus… … More New IBD Shirts!

About Camp

So, as I’ve said before, I love my camp. I love going there each summer, and enjoy each moment I spend there. But that includes the food. So this year, I’ve been emailing with a lot of staff in order to figure out a way to incorporate the diet into my camp experience. Although it … More About Camp