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What a cutie pie! I love your idea! We've got a great group of parents who share ideas about Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers and help each other during the transition to school. And once they're school age, we've got an equally great forum for parents of School Age Kids, Tweens and Teens to help with that!


DD - 18 corn and apple, peanut, oat and soy 

Me - Avoiding celery in processed foods after RXN to celery

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We need empathy more than just awareness. I say teachers should go into schools and explain what it feels like. 

Have the kids breathe through straws for a full minute and help people understand the frustration! 

Teach kids that allergies are NOT contagious and that we should include everybody. 

Most kids and teachers understand what allergies are, but asking for lunchtime accomadations can still be hard. People need to understand so they can empathize and make a huge difference for the next allergy  patient who's under their supervision! 

~Mikayla Williams

I am an allergy patient. I am NOT an inconvenience. ♡

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