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Common Sense is not common

Friday, February 26, 2010

Parents who bring a child to a birthday party without mentioning before hand that their sweet wee one is allergic risk there childes life.

You would think that when they respond to the invitation that would be a perfect time to forewarn the host of allergies.

It seems like common sense but maybe there needs to be a written waver. What's next?
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  • GEORGIAK25
    Common sense is non existent these days.
    It is so frustrating.
    3897 days ago
  • KDGIRL
    Everyone who has a child with allergies is responsible for warning others who are possibly going to feed/provide drink for their child. Anything else is irresponsible. And if I had a party where there was someone attending that was -- say allergic to peanuts -- I would tell the parents which foods were safe and which were questionable.
    3897 days ago
  • HANSEEN
    I totally agree with you. Parents in general are not as responsible for their children's safety like they used to be. I would be at the party to make sure that my child was protected from an allergic reaction.
    3897 days ago
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