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 many of the online food allergy groups that I belong to and had such a positive response to them that I wanted to share them with you too. Feel free to share with your children and in your groups too. Now that the Teal Pumpkin Project™ and Keep It Teal™ are really catching on, so the timing couldn’t be more fitting.
I also designed a 8 1/2″ x 11″ flyer you could post on your doors too. Again, feel free to use!
If you share or use any of these I would love to hear how your kiddos responded to the new “safe” saying and how you will be using the flyer this Halloween.
Later this week I’ll be posting more about the Teal Pumpkin Project™ and the Keep It Teal™ initiatives; what it means to me and my family, and also what I am doing locally in my neighborhood.
Happy & Safe Halloween!