On the one hand, putting your kid in a brightly colored "Don't Feed Me" T-shirt listing his or her allergies (Peanuts? Gluten? Corn? Other?) sounds like something for parents who put their kids on leashes. On the other hand, you'd probably feel differently if your toddler had a life-threatening allergy. Kym Whitley, a comedian and reality-TV star, is dead serious about the new line of T-shirts she's selling, along with "Don't Feed Me" bags to hold Benadryl and EpiPens. Some fear the shirts could attract bullies, but Whitley says when her 2-year-old, Joshua, wore one to day care, "The other parents were like, ‘Oh my God that’s great, we need that.'" Could be useful for adult dieters, too. [Source]
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