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seeit2 posted:
I shouldn't laugh but I kinda feel like the admin at Lily's school is learning a good lesson from her. When I pick her up from school we walk through the cafeteria so yesterday Lily showed me the table where she sits with her buddy. It had a little sign on it that said "allergy friendly zone" but it was in the middle of all the tables and not off to the side. I was totally confused (thought we didn't need the buddy either - turns out they just like each other and having lunch together) so I sent the teacher a mail note asking what was up. Turns out they put that sign on her table to remind the custodians to thoroughly clean and scrub down that particular table before Lily's class gets there. She made it sound like they were terrified that it might be milky lol. So the drama of the first day probably paid off for us.
Deb (40) DD (4) Funny, spirited, curious, has a severe milk allergy,  DS (1) fearless and bottomless, peanut allergy
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mrswhitecastle responded:
It does sound like some good has come out of it. It's great that the school is taking it so seriously. Think of all the kids in the future you and Lily are helping out!

That's great that Lily has found someone to eat lunch with every day. Making friends can be tough, especially if you are shy.
Emily (6 - allergic to tree nuts) Elizabeth (4)


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