I would think that a peanut allergy would not translate to a tree allergy.
I wonder where this allergy comes from. I don’t remember any of this when I was a child. None whatsoever.
One theory that doctors have is that parents keep our homes too sterile and clean these days, thus reducing enemies for our immune systems to attack, so the immune systems of kids look for something else to attack, such as peanut proteins.
Glenn Beck discussed this briefly and the peanut allergic kids would have to eat acorns to (possibly) be affected. What kid is going to eat acorns which are very astringent, taste awful?
I was wondering the same thing, but looked it up and found this "Peanuts are a member of a plant family called legumes, which includes peas and beans. (Curiously, although people with peanut allergies are at greater-than-normal risk of tree nut allergy, and for this reason many people with peanut allergies are advised to avoid tree nuts as a precaution, peanuts are not closely related to true nuts botanically.)"
I wonder if the fact that you have one allergy makes you more likely to have other allergies.
I was raised on a farm in the midwest in the 50's and simply noone had allergies. I developed some allergies once I left the farm.