Dye-Free Holiday Treats Plus A Shirt Giveaway
Hi guys, I hope you all are doing alright. It’s been a painful weekend around here, with lots of tears, prayers, and difficult discussions. The horrifying events of last week in Connecticut really shook me up and made me even more thankful for what I still have.
I would like to thank you for all that you do for your kids every day. You love your kids unconditionally, advocate for their health and safety, and you give them your knowledge and support…in both obvious and unseen ways. And yet we parents always feel guilty for the missteps, and feel like we can do better. We try. We fail. We get up and try again. We never give up.
I was really hoping to connect with you all today just because it’s the holidays, we are all still hurting, it’s gray and wet here, and I wanted to spread the tiniest piece of cheer.
I’d like to hear from you all what kinds of treats and stocking stuffers you’ll be sharing with your kids for the holidays this year. Tell everyone what you bought or made, and where you found the items or ingredients. For instance, we love Honey Acres dairy-free peppermint patties, Indie Candy Christmas tree gummies, and Yummy Earth lollipops – all of which I can find on Amazon.
I’ll randomly pick 4 folks who have posted comments below to receive one free “Die, Food Dye!” t-shirt each. I’ll announce the winners tomorrow morning around 12:00 p.m. (Noon-ish) EST.
Add your shirt sizes in the comment too. I mostly have adult shirts left, with very few kids shirts , so leave both your adult and kid sizes in a comment and I will try to accommodate the winners’ needs as best as I can.
Post up pictures of your holiday treats on the Die, Food Dye! Facebook page for all to see. We all love to share food ideas, right? And your comments right here will help out loads of people who stumble upon my blog while searching for dye-free goodies for their kids.
Thanks for spreading the word about how to care for these precious bodies with dye-free living – one comment, one shirt, and one beloved child at a time. You are planting seeds in young minds.