Wordless Wednesday: May 21st, 2014

Kyle Dine

Wordless Wednesday is usually a Disney theme for me and in fact should you still want to check out some great Disney photos the Disney Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop, hosted by Deb at Focused on the Magic, is alive and well.  The theme this week is Disney Weenies. Trust me, it’s not what you think. […]

Let’s Go Nuts With Kyle Dine!

Kyle Dine

Food allergies are a growing public concern and something near to my heart because my five year old son has them.  William is currently allergic to peanuts and tree nuts, but  thankfully outgrew his allergies to dairy and eggs.  When William started school this past fall I made it my mission to bring food allergy […]

Anaphylaxis Canada’s 7th Annual Community Conference

anaphylaxis canada

As May is Food Allergy Awareness Month there are lots of things going on to celebrate it and bring more awareness to this disease.  One of the bigger events is happening this weekend. Anaphylaxis Canada will be hosting it’s 7th Annual Community Conference at the Delta Hotel in Markham, Ontario.  I am so exited to […]

May is Food Allergy Awareness Month!!

food allergy awareness month

Food Allergies have been a part of our family for almost five years now and just when I think everyone knows about them I meet a person who has no clue the damage a reaction can cause.  Or I will chat with someone who thinks making a classroom, or even a whole school nut free […]

Two Down, Two To Go: Egg Allergy Beaten!!

Egg Allergy Beaten

A little while ago I wrote a post about the upcoming Food Allergy Oral Challenge William would soon be facing.  That particular challenge was for his egg allergy.  It called for him to actually eat eggs, scrambled in this case.  I don’t mind sharing with you that I was scared to death for my son. […]

No Child Without: Canadian MedicAlert Foundation

no child without

Recently, quite by accident, I came across this wonderful program called No Child Without.  No Child Without is a FREE service for school aged children who have a medical condition or special need that has to be shared with medical personnel in the event of an emergency. Please like & share:

World Allergy Week 2014

world allergy week 2014

April 7th is the start of World Allergy Week for 2014.  This annual initiative was created by the World Allergy Organization (WAO) along with it’s members to bring about more awareness of allergic disease and related disorders.  The goal behind World Allergy Week is to get people talking about allergies, recognize they are a real […]

Why I Want My Son To Fail His Food Allergy Test

Symptoms of anaphylaxis

Right off the bat that title just shrieks of bad parenting. Who would want their child to fail any test at all, let alone one that could erase a life threatening food allergy from their child’s life? Well, me in this case.. Please like & share: