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I Love My Daughter's Teacher!

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When I dropped off my daughter at school this morning, I had to go into the cafeteria to drop off her menu selections for the week to supplement the lunches I send from home, and I stopped in to say hi to her teacher... Well, she said "oh just the person I wanted to talk to!" She had a empty bag of Bob's Red Mill gluten-free Chocolate Chip Cookie mix and said that on Friday one of the other girls mom is bringing cookies for everyone, so rather than ask me to make some for her, she picked up the mix at Kroger and made them herself and put them in the freezer until Friday. (She's also trying the gluten-free diet herself to see if it helps her symptoms and she has a grown son with multiple food allergies including wheat).

Because she has a grown son with allergies, I know I can trust her to be aware of cc issues and everything, she even checked to make sure the vanilla she used was gluten-free. And come Friday when they have their party, she said that she and my daughter will have their gluten-free cookies together!

How amazing is this???!!!!

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NINI

THIS POST MAKES ME SO HOPEFUL OF THE FUTURE FOR OUR KIDS.

THIS WAS TRULY SO INSPIRATIONAL TO ME.

GREAT NEWS.

JUDY

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I hope she enjoys the cookies too! I'm just so thrilled that her teacher makes the extra effort to make her feel included and safe. She's already been awesome about letting me know when they had won a pizza party so that I could bring in a hot fresh gluten-free pizza for my daughter as well, and she always asks before planning an event with food. And we are only a few months into the school year!

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Sounds like the dream teacher for your daughter. Its so nice when you know you won't have to worry about her safety while in school.

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That's great, Nini! I love Carleigh's teacher too. They are going to make a friendship soup in the crockpot at the end of the month. She wants everyone to bring a cup of veggies or something to contribute. She emailed me today for input on how to keep her safe.

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