15 Ways to Keep Allergic Loved Ones Safe

A Guide for the Family of the Food Allergic
If you have family coming for the holidays, there are always a lot of things to do. Is accommodating food allergies one of them? Food-allergic families are thankful for every safe meal–read below for 15 tips to make sure yours is something to be thankful for! Read More …

Sending your Allergic Child to Preschool

If your child will be 3 or 4 by this fall, it’s time to be looking at preschools. The following is a list of things to do and ask when selecting a preschool. Some of these I wish I’d known before we started, and I’m sharing in the hopes that your preschool search may be smoother than mine. Read More …

Food Allergy Parents, Be Careful of Food Allergies in Kids Books

Never assume. I was walking through the library the other day and this book caught my eye. Our kids are very interested in superheroes, and villain stories are a lot of fun too, so I thought I would check it out. I looked at the first few pages while still in the library and saw that, Read More …

Back to School with Food Allergies – Questions Allergic Kids Should Answer

Is your allergic kiddo heading back to school soon, or even for the first time? Don’t forget to make sure they’re prepped! It doesn’t matter whether they’re new at this or an old pro, it’s never the wrong time to quiz your child on how to handle their allergies! Read More …

The Wrong Approach to Food Allergy Awareness

React with Respect This is the theme of Food Allergy Month this year. The campaign encourages others to be respectful (not dismissive, impatient, or mean) when learning that someone has a food allergy–especially if it requires them to take added precautions. This is certainly a courtesy we want others to offer us in restaurants and Read More …