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When I dropped him off at kindergarten, I was nervous he would have a reaction at school. He made it to senior year without a reaction; yahoo!

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Yes, that was the only way we could let him live on campus. It will be extra work cooking his own food, but better to be safe and healthy!
Originally Posted by Kathy P:

Sounds like you got the college to make an exception to the usual freshman dorm/meal plan rules.


Yes! Another very nervous experience once again. Being anaphylactic to peanuts, cashews, and bananas. Also, not eating gluten, dairy, food dyes, potatoes,nitrates, or GMO's will be a challenge. He will be cooking all his own food and have his own room.

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