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Wearable Warnings: Allergy Patches for Kids

One of my daughter’s playmates has a severe peanut allergy.  My 4-year-old wisely makes a point of hiding all our peanut butter before she comes over. But our family is well aware about her condition and are quite mindful to keep any and all nuts away from her. But others that she may play, meet, or socialize with might not know, or could forget, about her allergy. And as she gets older and more independent, there will surely be even more worry about what could be accidently served to her. A scary thought for sure…

If you happen to have offspring that are allergic or intolerant to nuts, soy, fish, dairy, gluten or shellfish, you’re going to want to protect them wherever they are. A fabulous and stylish way to let the world know what not to feed your kids are these cool retro style allergy patches by Jeeto. They come in set of three (for $12.95), six ($22.95) or ten ($35) so you can brand their clothes with their own personal warning label. Then you can send them into the world safely, being able to rest a little easier. Check out the entire line right here.

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