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Posted on: Mon, 09/27/1999 - 11:14am
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Posted on: Tue, 10/05/1999 - 10:04am
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pI live in Marysville, Ohio - 30 miles northwest of Columbus and would be interested in a support group. I have a PA 4 yr old son who is in a peanut free daycare, however, am worried and starting to think about him starting school. Please let me know if anyone else in this area is interested./p

Posted on: Fri, 10/22/1999 - 1:00pm
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pAngela,/p
pI live in Chardon, Ohio I'm not real good with directions I'll send those later. I have two children with PA Micaela is 4 and Miranda is 1. I'm in the same boat as you Micaela is going to start Kindergarden next year and I'm scard to death, I've already started contacting our school and getting them ready for her enrollment next fall, So far they are working with me will see how it goes when she starts. Stay Safe !!!/p
pDeena/p

Posted on: Sun, 08/27/2000 - 12:30am
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pHi! I am from Ohio (sorry don't like to give out info., although people probably have ways of finding it out!) Let's just say I used to live in Marysville, OH for years and know very well where it is!!! I think it was Angela that said her child would be starting school soon...did he/she start this year? How did it go? Schools cooperate?br /
My son, who is NOT PA just started this year. My PA daughter will start in 2002 and then I have a PA son, who is also anaphylactic to dairy, wheat,and eggs. Thank goodness he doesn't start school for awhile...hopefully he'll outgrow some of them. What fun it will be!!!/p
pWell, take care. tkiaml/p

Posted on: Wed, 08/30/2000 - 2:50am
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pTKIAML: Good to hear from you you are familiar with Marysville. I do not like to post where I am from either, however, I feel this is a safe website. My son JUST turned 5 the end of August we kept him at our Daycare center which is peanut free. They have a Kindergarten program there we felt it to be a safer environment due to him being a young 5 yr old. I am gathering information to help us for next year when he goes to a different school. Thanks for your concern./p

Posted on: Fri, 09/22/2000 - 4:22am
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pIs there anyone out there from the cleveland/Akron area. I'm looking at having my son start preschool early next year, and would love if someone could reccomend one that's safe for a PA child./p

Posted on: Sat, 09/23/2000 - 8:19am
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pAngela-How are things going with your child in daycare? or is it Kindergarten? Any problems with the schools in good old Marysville, OH???/p
pJonathan's mom- Sorry, I'm not from the Cleveland/Akron area...although I was born in Cleveland!!! /p
pEventually you guys will be able to narrow down all the OH cities to figure out where I am from!!! [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img] [img]http://uumor.pair.com/nutalle2/peanutallergy/smile.gif[/img]/p
ptkiaml/p

Posted on: Mon, 10/23/2000 - 9:31am
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pTKIAML: We have been so busy around here I am sorry I haven't responded in a few weeks. My son has attended a daycare center in Columbus for 2 years now and it is completely peanut free. They have a kindergarten class there so we decided to enroll him there where we continue to feel safe. He is a young one, turning 5 the end of August, so I would like him to be more older and educated on his own more before starting the public schools. After the first of the year I am heading out to see how the schools will help me to handle his allergy for enrollment next year./p

Posted on: Sun, 10/29/2000 - 10:49am
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pMy PA children won't start school for a while but my 5YR. old son (not PA)started school this year. His school doesn't seem to be peanut allergy aware at all! The lunches include all kinds of peanut items (pb/j sand., pb/j bars, celery w/pb and pb bread!!!) My nephew's class (also in kindergarten) has a bin full of a variety of nuts to play with!! This week my son's teacher sent the weekly newsletter home. It said that the class would soon be learning more about peanut butter sand.!!!br /
AAGGGHHHH!!! We're surrounded by PEANUTS!br /
Educating this school ought to be fun!/p
pHope everything is going well for everyone!br /
tkiaml/p

Posted on: Fri, 08/31/2001 - 3:14pm
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pJonathan's Mom - I am from Cleveland! Last week, I went to a church mothers' group and met not one, but two other boys (younger than my daughter) who were PA. I think it was so nice to talk to other Moms in person about the trials we face with PA kids./p
pI see your post was from last year, did you find a good preschool?/p

Posted on: Tue, 07/16/2002 - 2:08am
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pI realize these posts are old, but just wondering if you all meet or if anyone new from the Columbus, OH area would like to meet. My son just turned 2./p
pJaime and A.J./p

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