P is for pollen

Hey there, hay fever.

There’s nothing like a hot, dry summer day to bring out the itchy, watery eyes — and the sneezing, sniffling, and dry cough that can go along with it.

If your child has a pollen allergy, you’re no doubt going through a rough time right now. This might be the time of year when you’re first noticing the symptoms, actually. Many parents first mistake environmental allergies for a common cold …

Continue reading my post over at Scratch or Sniff … 

One Comment on “P is for pollen

  1. another good idea to get rid of pollen after playing outside is to remember to wipe their hair with a damp/wet cloth to remove the pollen from there. Our respirologist told us that when we were starting our allergy journey with our son.


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