Because of your daughter's food allergy, you have a firm “no unsafe food in your car" policy. This was recently challenged, however, after you agreed to drive several of your daughter’s teammates to a soccer tournament.Read More
Your child asks to go to the town diner after the annual Homecoming dance at school.Read More
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The right answer!Read More
Submit your food allergy scenario.Read More
'I really don't need to worry about eating anything at the party. It's only for a few hours.'Read More
Your son then looks at you in a serious tone. “But Mom, don’t you think we should say something to a manager or something? Or at least throw out those cups?"
Situation Food Allergy: "I want to donate two $5,000 checks to help. Which two organizations should I send them to and why?"Read More
Situation Food Allergy: The excellent waitressRead More
How do you address the situation to accommodate safety while also reinforcing your life lesson of accepting others?
"It's at the Pizza & Games Galore complex Mom. Why would they invite the kid who can't eat pizza?" he says as he stomps to his room. "I'd just ruin everybody's fun."Read More
"Dig in," Uncle Joe says proudly. "I worked all day on this. I hope you like it."
A child with a food allergy will inevitably begin asking the "why me?" question. What do you say?Read More
Nana has been making a special "allergy-safe" dish for Madison. Should Nana know the truth that Madison doesn't like it?Read More
Your son grabs a clean plate and two bananas. Then he walks to the hard boiled eggs, which just happen to be sitting directly beside the shredded cheese. What does he do next?Read More
With Thanksgiving a few days away, here’s another takeaway from my recent food allergy podcast with my parents.Read More
“Pappy wouldn’t understand why vending machines are any different,” your son says. “It’s no big deal.”Read More
“I’m not stupid, Mom,” she snaps, her tone instantly becoming forceful.Read More
You stare at the a picture for a few seconds longer before asking, “Is that clip ever on anything unsafe?”Read More
“Mom, do NOT call the school. Do NOT do anything. I just need to vent. I hate my allergy. I hate it. I hate it. I hate it.”Read More