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I find it both appalling and necessarily educational to have an understanding of just how many well-spoken adults condone the presence of allergens around children after agreeing they would bring no such allergen.
Of you who are indifferent to the allergic reactions of others, and the potential ways it can put a child's life at risk, I have to ask: from where would you draw your strength sending your child with something like a peanut allergy - know for causing respiratory distress and death if not addressed promptly - to a daycare knowing some parents don't care about the "no-allergen" policy. Do you just hug the kid extra-hard, knowing there's a possibility they may meet their end during story time when hungry Harry pulls out his peanut butter crackers? I need to understand the source of such stoicism.