Empowering our food allergy kids is an important step in their journey, but how do we do it? Discover how I empowered my food allergy toddlers and how it has helped them become responsible food allergy kids that feel in control instead of like a victim of their food allergies.
As I’ve become a Certified AllerCoach, I’ve learned that the food allergy mom community is larger than I thought. Yes, it includes moms of kids with anaphylactic allergies like mine, but it also includes moms managing other conditions too. One of those conditions is EOE. Find out what EOE is and how we can welcome these mamas into our proud food allergy mom community!
You and your food allergy kiddo CAN enjoy time with friends outside your home. It just takes planning, teaching, and some precautionary steps. I believe that it’s important that you learn how to take care of your littles in these situations so you can both make friends and visit them without anxiety or worry.
I’ve been hearing about the mental weight that moms carry lately. How we do and feel so much more than what people know. This post talks about the high mental weight of a food allergy mom.
My encouragement for moms with toddlers who are at risk for allergic reactions or anaphylaxis at birthday parties. You are not alone!
Valentines day is a great way to celebrate together as a family. Here are 6 ways you can celebrate that will make the day especially amazing for your food allergy kids.
I believe it’s important to get our information from reliable sources. Check out this post for 2 simple ways to make sure you’re getting solid, scientific food allergy information.
When you’re new to food allergies you may be wondering how to prepare for your child’s allergist appointment, or what to expect when you go to your first allergist appointment. This post explains what you need to know.