These allergy alert labels let everyone know what allergies they should be aware of. I would appreciate this, especially when kids are in a group setting. A lot of the young tykes in my life have long and ever-changing lists of allergies and it’s hard to keep up with all of them!
They’re really pricey though — $18.50 for a pack of 20? That’s almost a buck each! No word on whether they go through the dishwasher well either.
If your child has allergies, I suggest you just crib their idea and make a whole bunch of personalized allergy labels on your home computer — you can buy a whopping 750 blank neon-colored labels for your home printer at Office Depot for only $12.
That’s a savings of, uh, about a zillion percent.