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09/16/2016
September 16th is National Play-Doh* Day! Did you know that Play-Doh was originally a wallpaper paste that became popular due to its ability to be molded into a variety of shapes? It originally came in 3 colors – red, yellow and blue – from which many other colors could be formed. Now Play-Doh is available in over 50 different colors! National Play-Doh Day was started in 2006 and has been celebrated every year...
08/02/2016
Every other year, the Olympic spirit sweeps the globe and people in every country take a break from our ordinary lives to watch the extraordinary. I am personally glued to my TV or social media feed watching the top world athletes who have sacrificed and persevered in their chosen sport have their moment to compete for Olympic glory, whether their glory is atop a podium or simply just being involved in the Olympic...
11/22/2016
...Neocate Junior Brownie Bites If you’re looking for a dessert that your little one will be able to enjoy, we recommend baking our brownie bites. Here’s the recipe with a video with all of the steps so you can follow along! Crafts One of the things we love the most about DIY crafts is how they keep our little ones entertained. It’s the perfect way to unwind and tap into everyone’s creative side! The other...
04/14/2017
Easter is days away and if this is a holiday you celebrate, we want to ensure you have plenty of allergy-friendly holiday ideas! When dealing with food allergies, the Easter bunny has to be especially careful to bring safe, fun treats. With a bit of creativity, it’s possible to have an exciting holiday for all to enjoy. Here are several ideas for how you can fill an allergy-friendly Easter basket for your little...
12/15/2015
We’ve written before about recycling Neocate cans as well as recycling Neocate lids and scoops. We’ve also shared some ideas for getting creative with Neocate cans in arts and crafts. But have you ever considered “upcycling” Neocate cans at the holidays? We got this idea from an EoE family that we met at the annual APFED patient conference. They told us that money was tight one year, so they found ways to reuse...
09/25/2015
Busy, busy, busy! Our lives seem to be non-stop with everyone in the family going in different directions with work, school and activity schedules. Having some designated time for the family is important for bonding and reconnecting. For those with food allergies, making this time a non-food event is also important. Make it a priority, plan it out, turn it OFF (TV, computer and video games) and make it fun. Following are some...
03/18/2008
During the Easter season, eggs and chocolate are everywhere! As a parent, you always want to create a fun holiday atmosphere for your child. However, when your child has a food allergy, Easter can be a tough time. Let’s face it, “Easter eggs” and chocolate bunnies are a big part of the celebration! But, with a little bit of creativity, your child can have as many memorable moments and traditions as any other...
04/10/2014
Holidays and special events tend to include food and spring celebrations are no exception. Whether your family celebrates Easter or Passover, you might be looking for help to ensure that your little one stays safe and enjoys the day. We’ve compiled some tips and food-allergy recipe ideas for today’s post. One fun way to celebrate the holidays is by hosting a tea party! While this might not sound like the traditional celebration,...
   
 
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