A Nana’s Perspective: Christmas Baking & Food Allergies

Hi, everyone, Kathleen here! I'm excited to share with you this blog post written by mom, a.k.a. Allergy Nana. She's been so wonderful at accommodating my son's multiple allergies, making us feel safe and comfortable at her home, that I wanted to hear what it's been like from her perspective -- especially at a time like … Continue reading A Nana’s Perspective: Christmas Baking & Food Allergies

What the Top 10 Challenge Means to Me

As a busy allergy mom who has little to no time for self-care, rarely hangs out with friends anymore, forgets the meaning of "date night," and never ever has a clean house, I'm sure most of the people in my life thought I was crazy when I announced I was working to bring a version … Continue reading What the Top 10 Challenge Means to Me

Profile of a Food-Allergic Kid: Danielle Barry (Top 10 Challenge)

Research librarian Danielle Barry has been allergic to peanuts for as long as she can remember. When she was still in her teens, she outgrew a kiwi allergy. And in recent years, she's added soy, peas, chickpeas and lentils to her list. Still, this travel lover certainly doesn't let her allergies stop her from doing … Continue reading Profile of a Food-Allergic Kid: Danielle Barry (Top 10 Challenge)

Review of an Allergy-Friendly Bakery: Dolly Doll Cupcake Co. (Ottawa)

Restaurants that appear on AllergyBites may have updated their menu or changed management since a review was posted. Please confirm that they are still allergy-friendly & that menu items don’t contain your allergen(s) before visiting or placing your order. The Shangri-La of Allergy-Safe Places By Lisa Ienzi Editor's Note: While Dolly Doll's owner seeks out … Continue reading Review of an Allergy-Friendly Bakery: Dolly Doll Cupcake Co. (Ottawa)

10 Allergy-Friendly Brands I’d Devour If It Weren’t for Our Sunflower Allergy

My son is allergic to sunflower. And it is currently the bane of our allergy existence. I've mentioned this before, but sunflower is in the majority of "allergen-free" products... which can really suck sometimes. I've learned to live with it most days, but once in a while, I get a reminder of all the fun … Continue reading 10 Allergy-Friendly Brands I’d Devour If It Weren’t for Our Sunflower Allergy

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Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Review: Sneaky Dee’s

Restaurants that appear on AllergyBites may have updated their menu or changed management since a review was posted. Please confirm that they are still allergy-friendly & that menu items don’t contain your allergen(s) before visiting or placing your order. Sneaky Dee's is Allergy-Friendly. Who knew?! By Liz Frederiksen I often find myself in the College … Continue reading Allergy-Friendly Restaurant Review: Sneaky Dee’s

Dear Friend, sorry not sorry for opting out of your event… yet again.

This blog post was inspired by "Dear Friend, Sorry Not Sorry for Declining Your Invitation During This Season of Life." Thanks to Casey from Etched in Home, for writing something that made me want to hop on my computer and write my own version. I can't take my kid most places. I really, really want to. But … Continue reading Dear Friend, sorry not sorry for opting out of your event… yet again.

Profile of a Food Allergic Kid: Jessica Gray Schipp (#AllergicToEverything)

Jessica Gray Schipp was first diagnosed with multiple food allergies in 2010. Having no idea how to start navigating her new life, she created a one-stop resource to help manage the dangerous complications of food allergies. AllergyBites: What foods are you allergic to? Jessica Gray Schipp: Gluten, wheat, oats, eggs, corn, soy, shellfish. AB: Can … Continue reading Profile of a Food Allergic Kid: Jessica Gray Schipp (#AllergicToEverything)