I wasn't giving my son's diet as a testimony to veganism being healthy, but a well-informed parent can raise their child on a vegan diet without fearing "rickets", ect. I also didn't see any statistics regarding the health of vegan children, so I don't know what "evidence" is being studied in regards to the article. I would be glad to have my son involved in a study of vegan children, but they are few and far between outside of cultural/religious veg*n's.
I think what Epski meant that it would be encouraging for other vegan mom's to have resources which suit them, rather then the usual omni viewpoint. I have loads to say...(obviously, blah, blah, blah)