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Food Allergies & Trick or Treating at Mickey’s Halloween Party – Walt Disney World and Disneyland

This year, and as they have done in the past, Walt Disney World and Disneyland are offering allergy-friendly offerings and trick or treating fun for kiddos and adults alike. It also gives kids with special dietary needs a way to enjoy the trick or treating fun.  Walt Disney World and Disneyland seem to go about […]

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Kind is Cool – Random Acts of Kindness Day

Disclosure: I received some of these products for free from Oriental Trading. My opinions are my own and I was not paid or required to write this post. National Random Acts of Kindness Day is celebrated this Saturday, February 17th and has grown in popularity each year.  It is celebrated by individuals, groups and organizations nationwide to […]

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Teal Pumpkin Halloween Non-Food Treat Idea: Teal Beads for DIY Food Allergy Awareness Necklace

Last Halloween we made some fun teal pumpkin jewelry and this year I wanted to take that a step further by making some teal “pumpkin” non-treat favor ideas in the form of a project that little ones and adults can do for themselves.  (Teal is the color of food allergy awareness.) These little non-food treats are made […]

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Trick or Treat, Smell My Feet, Give Me Something Safe for Me (I Have Food Allergies) Printables

My daughter just learned the “famous” trick-or-treat saying, except as I was reciting it to her I quickly realized that the line “give me something good to eat” could potentially be dangerous to her, so I thought for a bit and came up with a new saying:     I recently posted this graphic onto […]

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Local? Tune in to Bux-Mont Live this Saturday

I had the wonderful opportunity to go speak at our local radio station today for a program that will be airing this Saturday (July 26th) morning.  John Ralston, the host of Bux-Mont Live, was so gracious and asked some wonderful questions about food allergies. I shared much of our story during the first segment and […]

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