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
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Good question. I am a professional photographer that owns and operates Reverie Photography out of my countryside photo studio in southern Wisconsin. It was my business baby and the name is meaningful to me, as I love to get lost in my thoughts regularly. I have a husband that builds nearly everything you can imagine, 3 boys that are the most magical, and we are progressive schoolers, or what I call Rebelschoolers, as we push back on cultural, societal, and educational norms with our boys as we explore the world around us.
It's magic and mayhem.
When I launched this blog, I wanted it to be a collection of perspectives on parenting, cultural expectations, real life, and homeschooling, so Reverie Home Collective seemed like the cozy place to keep those thoughts.
We hope you enjoy tagging along with us while we grow and learn!