She’s hoping to get everyone on board so that she can make this happen for her child. She made fliers and posted them throughout the neighborhood.
The list contains so many things that you begin to feel sorry for the kid until you realize that this mom is expecting everyone to adhere to these strict dietary demands. However, it’s not a bad thing to be aware of these conditions concerning the kids in your neighborhood.
Not everyone is allowed complete freedom of choices when it comes to food. It’s only polite that if you are offering it, you first ask if they are allowed to have it and if not, offer some alternatives. Especially if we all engage in this exchange only this one time of the year.
What?! Carrot sticks?! NO!!!
I suppose that asking everyone to change their ways is one thing but expecting or demanding them to is completely different. People are going to do what they want to do. Hopefully, they will be more compassionate towards your child and any other child with these, specific needs. However, it’s clear that many are still going to engage in the sugar infested Halloween just as they always have without any regards to anyone else who can’t participate.
That’s sad. I’ll create some alternatives for the kids that can’t have the good stuff. It’s not that hard to do.