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My oldest is allergic to nuts, and we are a nut-free
My oldest is allergic to nuts, and we are a nut-free home. My younger children have not been introduced to nuts because I can't figure out a safe way to do so that won't risk accidental exposure to my oldest. We homeschool and live in a rural environment, so we don't have activities at this point that take the kids away from each other for several hours even. What do others do in this position? My allergist is putting on pressure for us to introduce nuts, but I can't see taking the kids outside every two weeks and feeding them from a secret stash of PB and then scrubbing them clean and worrying non-stop anyways. Maybe I'm overthinking it? Any help is appreciated!
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