Imagine a place where boys and girls with life threatening allergies are safe. A place where kids can go through a cafeteria line and safely pick everything they want to eat. Where days and nights are filled with fun indoor and outdoor activities.
A place where children can be independent, confident and carefree.
That place is Camp Blue Spruce. We have the privilege of talking to Louise Tippens, the mom who started Camp Blue Spruce because she didn’t want her child to miss out on summer camp just because of food allergies.
Louise shares her anxieties about raising a child with food allergies in this insightful interview. Many parents have these same worries. See how these anxieties can shift through the different stages of a child’s life. Louise opens up about her struggles and what she did to overcome them.