Recently, Kelly Clarkson posted an adorable video on Instagram of her two-year-old daughter trying Nutella for the first time. As you can probably imagine, the haters out there had a field day with this. Poor Kelly was ripped to shreds with comments saying she’s a bad mother because the Palm Oil in Nutella causes cancer. Some commented it has too much sugar and her daughter will get fat. Then there were those who even dared to say that Kelly Clarkson giving her child Nutella is a form of child abuse. Child abuse! Really? 

I think things have gotten a little out of control in how our society judges others. And how we as moms judge each other. Don’t you think? Especially when it comes to how we take care of our children. The sad thing is that it isn’t just in the media. It infiltrates our daily lives and even our play dates…


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Summer is the time of year when many families go on vacation to the beach, go camping, explore Disney World, and visit family and friends out of town. It can be a very fun and relaxing time. But if you’re the parent of a child with food allergies, it can also be stressful. Going on vacation isn’t as easy as just packing a suitcase full of clothes, your beach bag, and heading out the door. There’s a lot more that goes into it.

Here are the three things I do before EVERY trip…

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