20 Days of Food Allergy Thanks

You’ve been on facebook and no doubt seen the days of thankfulness challenge.  You know the one…Day 1 and I’m thankful for…fill in the blank.  Although I don’t participate on social media, it is something I introspectively make room for every day…time to count my blessings. Gratitude is a powerful tool.  Outside of faith, I … Continue reading

Cooking with Chocoley’s Chocolate

Halloween has long since passed, but my peanut and nut allergic son can still remember seeing the popular peanut butter cups from trick or treating.  He’s mentioned on more than one occasion that they looked yummy and he wished they were safe for him.  I wished they were too. If you’re a food allergy parent, … Continue reading

My Favorite Thanksgiving Recipes

This Thanksgiving, I’m giving thanks for you, my reader.  Thank you for taking the time to read my posts and share your thoughts and comments with me.  Thank you for sharing about The Food Allergy Mom with others.  Thank you, thank you, thank you…for all you do to help raise awareness of food allergies.  You … Continue reading

Applegate HALF TIME™ Kits Make Lunch Easy

I’m just going to be honest here.  I don’t like packing lunches.  Every day I pack a lunch for myself and my two children (and occasionally the hubby), and it gets monotonous.  It doesn’t seem to matter how many fun and “easy” ideas I find online, I usually don’t have the time or money to … Continue reading

Letting Go of Fear

Fear.  It’s a debilitating feeling we are all familiar with.  And if you’re a parent or caregiver to someone other than yourself, you know what it’s like to fear for others as well. This week I’ve watched my children go back to school, contemplating the usual worries.  What if I don’t know anyone in my … Continue reading

Back To School With Food Allergies

It pains me to write a post for back to school when it is still July, and we have about five more weeks of summer left here in Texas. But, as most of you already know, there is much to do in advance of that first day of school…especially when your child has food allergies. … Continue reading