'Don't Feed Me' shirts help parents control what kids eat
Comedian creates t-shirts to help parents of allergy-prone children
Parents know it can be tough to find a way to control what your kids eat. So now one woman has come up with a way to make sure your children don't eat the foods they are allergic to.
Comedian Kym Whitley has created a line of "Don't Feed Me" shirts. The customizable t-shirts allow parents to check off which foods their children are allergic to, so caretakers know what not to feed them.
Parents can use a permanent marker to write their child's name on the shirt. There are also boxes next to words like "peanut," "eggs," and "gluten" to be used as warning labels.
The t-shirts come in four colors and sizes 12M-4T, for $9.99 each. They're available for purchase on Whitley's website.