post-title Food-free allergy friendly Valentine’s Day gifts for kids (and grownups!) https://midwestallergy.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/valentine1.jpg 2018-02-13 10:43:29 yes no Posted by

Food-free allergy friendly Valentine’s Day gifts for kids (and grownups!)

It’s February, the month of love and Valentine’s Day! But for families that deal with food allergies, it can be a stressful time. You can’t just go and grab a box of chocolates, right? So, what are some food-free allergy friendly Valentine’s Day gifts? We’ve got you covered. Whether you are giving a gift to […]

Posted by

It’s February, the month of love and Valentine’s Day! But for families that deal with food allergies, it can
be a stressful time. You can’t just go and grab a box of chocolates, right? So, what are some food-free allergy friendly Valentine’s Day gifts?
We’ve got you covered.
Whether you are giving a gift to your child or your spouse, here are some food-free allergy friendly Valentine’s Day gifts the whole family will love. Best of all? Everyone will be safe, happy and feel loved.
That’s a win!
Read on:

Family game

If you are looking for a gift that will brighten everyone’s day, consider a family game. There are tons of
choices, depending on the age and ability of your kids. Whether it’s a strategy game, a physical game or
something silly (or even a classic from your childhood!) a family game is the perfect food-free allergy friendly Valentine’s Day gifts .

Family craft

If your family isn’t so much into games but they love to make and create, why not do a family craft?
From bracelet making, to slime creation, there are loads of fun craft kits on the market. Or, you can hit
up a site like Pinterest and get some fun ideas. If you and your spouse are crafty, you can also set a date
night at a pottery painting place.

Family outing

One of the best gifts you can give is the gift of time – and time together is an amazing food-free allergy
friendly Valentine’s Day gift! An afternoon at the arcade, an overnight at a waterpark or just a day
“staycationing” in your home town with lunch at a fun new place is a great way to reconnect and enjoy
each other.

Midwest Allergy

The medical experts at Midwest Allergy wish you and your family a happy and safe Valentine’s Day! What are your favorite food-free allergy friendly Valentine’s Day gifts?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Latest News on Your Doctor's Blog

Loading…