Ways to Help a Child with Food Allergies From Feeling Left Out

Although we have some time before this stage, I found this to be an excellent read and wanted to share.

9 Ways Parents Can Help a Child with Food Allergies from Feeling Left out at School

Source: http://community.kidswithfoodallergies.org/


Even though it has been a tough four days for my little one who has a stomach bug/viral infection of some sort, we smile on remembering that “today is beautiful”…

“Sometimes the day won’t ever end
Sometimes you just throw up your hands
It’s the little things sometimes

Sometimes the world has just gone dark
Sometimes your praying for a spark
It’s the little things sometimes

But if you lift your eyes
See it in a different light
Just a cloud up in the open sky
Let the rain, fall away
Cause today is beautiful…”

– Lyrics from “Today is Beautiful” – David Dunn

http://www.klove.com/music/artists/david-dunn/songs/today-is-beautiful-lyrics.aspx

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6 thoughts on “Ways to Help a Child with Food Allergies From Feeling Left Out

    1. smilingawayfoodallergies Post author

      Thank you! I am always looking for new strategies to use for all of the little ones in my life whether they be students or my own child. Glad you found them useful too! =)

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