Why using Allergens as a weapon in Peter Rabbit isn’t the same as other cartoon violence

The Peter Rabbit movie wasn’t something I wanted to see anyway. I’d seen a few previews and it looked to be full of the sort of humor that I don’t find funny, so I wasn’t making plans to see it–but after hearing reviews and the response from the food allergy community, we will definitely not Read More …

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 …