In past years I’ve scrambled to get all the school supplies done because I never kept track of exactly what we needed from year to year. This will not be the case this year! I’m taking the initiative to create a list of all the things we need to buy before the school year starts in September. Learn the 8 essentials I make sure I have for my daughter every year.
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.
If you’re looking for something to share with friends and neighbours for food allergy awareness week/month, then this blog has you covered! Get links to all my most popular and shareable food allergy awareness blog posts plus find easy ways you can be a part of this important month!
Are you wondering what you would eat with food allergies if you went on vacation? You’ll get all sorts of allergy-friendly ideas for peanut, tree nut, wheat, egg, and dairy allergies (and likely the other top allergens too) in this post. Don’t miss the free planning printable!
My encouragement for moms with toddlers who are at risk for allergic reactions or anaphylaxis at birthday parties. You are not alone!
A great way to advocate for food allergies is by using what we all want; kindness and empathy. Find out how a fellow food allergy mama used both to increase awareness and safety for her daughter!
My hope for you is to jump over the food allergy cooking ruts and avoid the stress that food allergies can create for your family. Instead, learn how to create a meal planning system that makes it feel like food allergies don’t exist in your home. Read this post to find out more.
There are 1-2 food allergy kids in every classroom. Learn seven easy tips to make your classroom more food allergy-friendly.