|10-01-2012, 12:27 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jul 2007
Nut allergy help
My daughter's 10th birthday is on Friday. I want to take treats to school for her. Our school is still pretty lax on what we can bring in. For instance, we can still bake from scratch and bring in as long as we don't try to designate special treats for individual kids.
Last year, I took ice cream sanwiches, capri suns, and treat bags with candy in them for her birthday.
This year, I was planning on pretty much the same. Dilly bars from our local DQ are on sale, buy 6 get 6 free, so I was thinking about those (even though I really don't know what a dilly bar is .... so that may change)
We do have a little girl with a nut allergy. We have not been given any instructions as far as what we can/can not do. We actually have not been told officially that their is a nut allergy in the room. My daughter says she just can't put the nuts in her mouth.
So, what do I take as far as treats for halloween, christmas, easter, etc.? I always make up huge treat bags for every holiday party. I wouldn't mind making a special bag for the little girl who has the allergy, but I don't want her to feel bad...HELP!
Danielle- 35 years young, with a wonderful husband, a beautiful daughter, and a love of life that I've never known until now!
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