Kourtney Kardashian & Scott Disick’s Day Out

Kourtney Kardashian and her beau Scott Disick took their son Mason for a lunch date today at the Calabasas, California eatery Marmalade Cafe (November 27). It’s hard to believe little Mason will be celebrating his first birthday next month!

Scott and Kourtney had a scare last week when their son was rushed to the hospital after suffering an allergic reaction to peanut butter. The reality star mom took to her blog to explain what happened:

Friday night Mason ate some peanut butter and had a little allergic reaction to it. He threw up within minutes of tasting it and got hives on his face. I called 911 and the fire department came immediately. They suggested that we take him to the hospital, so we did. He was in good spirits the whole time and didn’t even know anything was wrong. He even enjoyed riding in the ambulance. He’s such a good boy!”

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Photo credit: GSI Media

  • Anonymous

    mace is just getting cuter and cuter ♥

  • Anonymous

    Why on earth would the fire department come?!

    • Anonymous

      I don’t understand why this is a shock to so many people. It could be for many reasons, but mostly the fact that firemen are trained medically and could help until the ambulance arrived. Firefighters go to all kinds of medical emergencies just in case they are needed for extra hands, lifting, etc. Only 2 paramedics go in one ambulance compared to about 5 firefighters per truck. Plus, even if the firefighters were fine to take care of the patient, they need to be transported in the ambulance.

      Anyways, the firetruck could’ve already been around the corner when they made the call and obviously responded to see what they could do.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t understand why she gave him peanut butter when he was under a year anyway? Guidelines suggest (babycenter) that babies shouldnt have peanut butter until they are at least a year

  • AJ

    Anonymous I could go to 5 different doctors asking when it’s safe to give my child peanut butter, and they could quote 5 different guidelines and give me 5 different “safe” times. That was the issue my sister had with her son and I know many, many other people who have also been told different things. It really seems to depend on the family history. Some doctors say wait until 3 years, some say it’s safe to give peanut butter at 1 year, and some say only give babies peanut butter at 1 year if there’s no family history of allergies.

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