Also, read all about how Bob is turning over his company to his employees in the ABC News report: Owner of Multi-Million Dollar Company Hands Over Business to Employees.
Oatmeal is a wonderful way to start off the day, but I wouldn't suggest ever going overboard with oatmeal because like most unsoaked whole grains, they contain phytic acid which binds to calcium, iron, zinc and magnesium. So if everyone is healthy and growing, indulging in gluten free oatmeal three times a week, at most, is fine. But having oatmeal every day is not a good idea for anyone, whether they are gluten free or not.
Thinking that non GF oats are not contaminated with gluten? Think again. According to Wikipedia entry on gluten sensitivity, a 2008 study Measurement of Wheat Gluten and Barley in Contaminated Oats from Europe, the Unites States and Canada found that 85 of the 109 sources of oats screened were contaminated with gluten.
WHAT TO FEED YOUR KIDS: Gluten free oats three times a week for everyone who is healthy and growing is fine. If your kid's gut health or development is still compromised, avoid oats until they are better.
Can Oats Be Included on a Gluten Free Diet?
Whole Grains and Calcium