Chocolate Sugar Cookies

I purchased a set of football cookie cutters a few years ago, and I decided to break them out again for our annual Superbowl party, since our home team THE DENVER BRONCOS made it to the Superbowl!!! Rather than make brown or chocolate frosting, I decided to make chocolate cut-out cookies so that the cookies Read More …

Save the Date! FABlogCon 2016

Guess what? We’re thrilled to help announce that FABlogCon (The Food Allergy Blogger’s Conference) will be back in Denver this year! Save the Date! November 4-6, 2016 at the Denver Renaissance Hotel 3801 Quebec St Denver, CO 80207 Come join us  for the only time you will see so many  Food Allergy Advocates  in one Read More …

FABlogCon 2015

Well, I’m a few months late, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t still plug the excellent FABlogCon! What is FABlogCon, you might ask? Well, it’s none other than the Food Allergy Blogger’s Conference! Hubby and I were thrilled last year when we discovered that FABlogCon 2015 would be in our neck of the woods! Read More …

Egg(less) Nog

Egg Nog. It’s a tradition for many at this time of year. I’ll be one of the first to say that I love the flavors, the creamy richness, and the decadence of eggnog. Sharing a cool glass with a loved one while bundled up in a cozy sweater is a quintessential Christmas feeling. I even Read More …

Feeding Tubes and Food Allergies

A few weeks ago, my husband’s grandmother got a permanent feeding tube. At 95 years old, this was only one in a line of medical interventions addressing her declining health for the last several months.Despite her various health issues, she has not taken this transition well. And who can blame her? Food is tied to Read More …

Jack-Teal-Lantern’s Halloween Safety Tips

Meet Jack-Teal-Lantern. He’s a teal pumpkin who loves spreading joy and inclusiveness to all children, no matter what health conditions or dietary restrictions they have. And today, he wants to make suggestions for how to have a Fun and Safe time trick-or-treating when you have Food Allergies.     Jack-Teal-Lantern’s Halloween Safety Tips   Carry Read More …

Our First FARE Walk!

I think I’ve mentioned it before, but I didn’t feel terribly drawn to the Food Allergy Community until my kids started going off to school. That’s when I was forced to acknowledge that the rest of the world isn’t as knowledgeable nor as accepting of food allergies as my family and close circle of friends. Read More …

Colorado Rockies Peanut Allergy Friendly Game!!!

Monday, August 3rd was a Peanut Allergy Friendly day with the Colorado Rockies! We attended a handful of Rockies games when Zax was still a babe/toddler in arms, and we had no trouble at those games. Even after his peanut allergy was diagnosed, I don’t remember having issues with the few Rockies games we attended. Read More …

FABlogCon Hotel

In case you’d forgotten, Allergy Superheroes is going to be a sponsor for FABlogCon this year! And since we’re local, we decided to swing by the Renaissance Denver Hotel and take some pictures, so you can see where you’ll be going! Taken from the southeast corner of the building. From the southwest corner. Looking up Read More …

Easter Magic and Food Allergies

Our older son Zax is at the age where he’s starting to figure things out when it comes to holidays.  He’s very inquisitive, very logical, and has started putting some of the pieces together regarding the “magic” of the holidays.  Santa, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy… I have a feeling that none of them Read More …