When thinking one year ahead, it helps to set some goals. That’s right, even food allergy goals. You may want to regroup on how to stay safer, how to go to school or work, or you may be considering traveling.
You’ll probably want to work with an allergist to see if your child has overcome allergies. Planning is great, but what plans do you have for 2023?
Megan Lavin, host of Megan’s Minute video series on parenting and food allergies, is a big goal-setter and is here to help.
“I thought it would be fun to share some of my goals. The year ahead is going to be a big one for the Rabin family.
In the video, Megan shares nine food allergy goals for the coming year. Included are her ambitious plans to bring her husband and her four children (two of whom have food allergies to her) on her Disney cruise.
Some of Megan’s future goals are more fundamental to allergy management and quality of life. This is especially true for my oldest son who has multiple food allergies.
For example, one of her food allergy goals is to see test results to see if her eldest son can try the baked milk challenge. If he can include at least well-cooked dairy in his diet, it opens up so many possibilities: As Megan explained in a previous video, her boys are both oral. I have had some success with food challenges.
Food Allergy Goals: Go Camping
But she starts this video with a big goal. Her son is old enough to go on an important church camping trip to him.
“When my son asked, ‘How can I do it?’ I said, ‘Ever since the day I found out he has food allergies, I’ve been scared all year. It’s crazy to be here already!
Megan responded to her son: [how we’ll do this]But we intention Please understand it. If I have to make all three meals a day, freeze them, and have the food in the cooler, I will. ”
Megan plans to work on this food allergy goal with the camp leader long before summer camp. “I won’t let him miss his camp this adventure which is a big milestone.”
She is determined to find a way for him to have a fun, safe time and be well nourished. I’m talking
We hope you are inspired by Megan’s goal-setting approach to food allergies. As always, Megan and her Allergic Living welcome your comments on the video on our YouTube channel or on her Facebook/Instagram video post.
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More videos from Megan Lavin:
Eating out with peace of mind even with allergies
How not to overreact to an allergic child
Food allergies and couples
Create a 504 plan for your school
How to Plan a Diet With Food Allergies
go to a birthday party
team sports, snacks, food allergies
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