Preschool and snack lists? Isn\'t it easier to...

Posted on: Sun, 08/07/2005 - 12:27pm
Ree's picture
Joined: 12/31/2004 - 09:00

just say no peanut or nuts in the ingredients for the class snack (or 'manufactured w/' warnings) and bring your child's snack every class?

I'm reading these lists that people are creating, and it's great but, I'm thinking of taking this approach instead. I feel like there's so much room for error and basic confusion on everyone's part. Plus, I don't want my ds to think he's going to eat the snack and be disappointed that someone screwed up.

Now, my ds hasn't started preschool yet, so I don't know the drawbacks from this.


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