Monthly Archive: October 2014

Halloween. All Hallows’ Eve. All Saints’ Eve. It has many names and many meanings. But what about Halloween with food allergies? For some families, with all of the candy, traditions and celebrations inherent in the holiday, Halloween is the hardest to manage. Last year, I started crafting a plan months before Halloween’s arrival. And it was one of our best holiday celebrations ever!

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Is my parenting preparing my son for school? As my son navigates his first year in school, it will be so important for him to feel confident on his own in this new environment. Am I instilling the values and skills he will need for his new independence? Will he be happy, comfortable and confident as he embarks on this new and important stage in his life? Am I providing the tools to feel capable and ready for this big transition? I believe my answers reside in what I think of as the “Three C’s of Parenting”…

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Are you looking for vegan, sugar-free, allergen-free treats that are delicious in both name and taste? Look no further. Debbie Adler has a new cookbook that has your name on it. To start, I would categorize Debbie Adler as a food-allergy baking powerhouse. Not only does she run a bakery that serves safe treats for those with the top food allergies, celiac disease and diabetes, but her writing is wildly humorous, fun and more eloquent than any other cookbook I have met.

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