No. So some kid doesn't die.
Reactions to peanut allergies can be incredibly violent & fast. We're talking anaphylaxis & death within minutes. The allergic kid doesn't even need to have consumed the peanuts. There have been recorded cases of people with shellfish allergies being killed by inhaling compounds volatilizing off a plate of seared calamari being carried past their seat in a restaurant. Which isn't peanut butter, true, but just goes to show how dangerous food allergies can be.
Ah I see.
I will just have to make the decision to let my child go 8 hours without food if they only eat peanut butter.
I hardly see how that's fair, but again, I know that the possibility that a child will only eat peanut butter is a rarity. I'm just befuddled, as I usually am, by the change in the world. I tihnk I would much rather live in a simpler time and place, where things like allergies aren't a big deal (in other words, in a world where I could breathe freely every day...but I can't tell the pollen to stop).
But again, I think folks also missed my attempt to lighten my original post with a laugh, since everyone seems to take my words to heart so quickly and I turn out a villian in everything. This is getting to be so normal, its creepy. >.>