One thing many food allergies families can empathize with each other about is the anxiety or mental burden of leaving our homes. They are our safe zones, a place where we can finally set our "allergy radar" to low and spend time together without worry.
We know that our toys have not just been handled by a toddler friend with peanut-buttery hands, that we have our child's safe food options stocked in the kitchen, and the medicine we need is ready in the
We are a family living in a quirky-charming home on a handful of acres in Southern Wisconsin. We are on a 15 year plan to renovate our home slowly, working out of my prairie-side photography studio (Reverie Photography), homeschooling our boys, and finding ways to feed us around my son's endless list of food allergies. We tend to take life, break some rules, and live how we want...having an exhausting but magical time together. Reverie Home Collective is a space for all of us, but mainly me, to share our experiences - from the helpful to the embarrassing - with you all. Thanks for joining us here and thanks for putting up with my ironic ability to overshare about our introverted existence!