You’re likely here because you have one or more children with a peanut and/or tree nut allergy. For that, I’m sorry, but I’m glad we found each other.
If you’re new to food allergies, eight years ago, I was exactly where you are: scared and overwhelmed because my child had been diagnosed with a life-threatening and life-altering condition. When my son was diagnosed in 2008, food allergies in children had just started to rise astronomically, and the amount of information was more limited than it is today. Doctors are slowly getting better at educating their patients about food allergies, and now there is a massive amount of information, and misinformation, on the internet. Whereas I was overwhelmed by the lack of information in 2008, I can understand why someone with a new diagnosis would be overwhelmed by the volume of information today.
Below you’ll find links to free printables, as well as paid learning.