food allergy emergency kit/med bag hanging with an LL Bean backpack in an entryway

Please note: this post contains affiliate links. When Ollie was first diagnosed with food allergies, I was so overwhelmed. I didn’t want to leave the house unless we brought half of it with us. There were too many “what if’s” and “just in case’s” to prepare for. That meant lugging around a lot of stuff. Over time, I’ve pared our go-to food allergy emergency kit (aka. med bag) down to a reasonable amount of essentials I’m comfortable with. the med bag bag First, the bag itself. We use a Thirty One Cool Clip Thermal. The bag’s carabineer means it can easily be carried on its

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