It’s always hard when a child is left out of celebrations or has to “pass” on an activity or treat due to allergies. It seems that every holiday comes with ingest-able sweets and goodies – we seem to be an allergy-free household for the most part, and have yet to turn down a treat based on dietary restrictions, but I can imagine how it would make my own children feel to be left out of the fun.
This holiday season, consider giving the gift of time or charity to show your appreciation on Cupid’s Day 2020. If you have a school age child participating in treat exchanges, switch it up this year – incorporate non-food prizes to your Valentine’s day gift list.
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The trick is to keep it fun and silly – put a smile on the face of someone you admire!
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ForModernKids offers free printable bookmarks – they promise to keep it “Non-Mushy”