sports events

Posted on: Mon, 02/26/2001 - 6:12am
macer's picture
Joined: 01/07/2001 - 09:00

pHas anyone ever heard of a sports arena that has a peanut free zone?/p

Posted on: Thu, 03/01/2001 - 6:55am
KIM I's picture
Joined: 11/29/2000 - 09:00

Macer Wouldn't that be great! I've never heard of one but that doesn't stop us from taking our kids to sporting events. We've gone to basketball, baseball, football, and soccer games. I always buy pop in bottle form so I can replace the lid. Nick knows not to touch peanut shells or put anything in his mouth. We were at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City and the people behind us were eating peanuts I told Nick be careful and don't touch the peanuts they heard me and asked why. I told them he was fatally allergic so they were so kind and put their peanuts away. The first couple of baseball games were nail biters for me because he was still so young I couldn't watch any of the game I just kept my eyes on Nick. Just be careful and good luck. Kim


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