Practicing What You Preach

As I am a big proponent of "practicing what you preach," I thought that I should provide allergen-free candy for Halloween. I figure that if I want others to provide allergen-free options for me and others, then I should provide the same to trick-or-treaters.

So, I made my sign (please realize that I'm not an artist! LOL) which said "ALLERGEN-FREE Candy Available. Please Ask." To my dismay, no one asked. Though, I only had about 20 kids come by. Regardless, I think that this is something that I will do every year and maybe one day, some one will ask! ;)



Suzanne Moreton said...

I think that is such a great idea! We are a newbie to this allergy free world for my 20 month old son Colin. He is allergic to soy, peanuts, wheat and corn. I think I may join you next year and do this!

I would also like to say that your blog has helped me so much!!!! Thank you!

Clara said...


I'm so glad to have helped you! That is absolutely my goal with this blog. Thank you so much for the great feedback! :)

Carol said...

I think your idea is super and I want to try it out next year too. I only give out allergy free candy and we had at least 100 trick or treaters this year.


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