Halloween Question

Posted on: Sat, 10/26/2019 - 6:21am
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How do you deal with Halloween, more precisely all the chocolate and candy dished out on Halloween, if you or your children have a nut/peanut allergy?

I'm not even handing out chocolate this year because I don't want any of it in my house. Granted, here in the UK, Halloween isn't as big of a deal as in the US, so it's pretty easy to avoid.

Do you provide your children with safe treats instead of them going around collecting a plastic pumpkin shaped bucket full of deadly chocolate?

Pen

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