Tis the season to visit friends and family! And while every kids loves to visit with grandma – her house isn’t always safeguarded for little explorers. To help, we have teamed up with Safety 1st’s Consumer Safety Expert Julie Vallese to share some tips for keeping your kids safe when you are away from home.
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As we head into holiday season, the kitchen tends to be one of the most chaotic spots in the home. And as we all know, kids love to be close to the action! Safety 1st Consumer Safety Expert Julie Vallese shares some great tips that will keep our little ones safe.
Keeping your baby/toddler safe can be a tough job. They are fast, curious and want to grab anything they can get their hands on! Until they are about 4, a child’s inquiring mind can get them into trouble because they explore without concern of consequences.
In the United States during 2010, the CDC reports that more than 1,200 children, aged 14 years and younger, died as occupants in motor vehicle crashes, and approximately 171,000 were injured.
One study they conducted found that, in one year, more than 618,000 children ages 0-12 rode in vehicles without the use of a child safety seat or booster seat or a seat belt at least some of the time.
We are excited to be working with Safety 1st as one of their ambassadors. Their commitment to keeping children safe is also one of our principle goals so we think this is the perfect partnership!
As a parent, it can be tricky to identify which areas of the home should be re-inforced to keep your kids safe. And while most of us will start with plugging the electrical outlets and locking the cupboards, there are so many other places in your home that need to be protected.
Every mom can attest that taking their child’s temperature can be somewhat of a production. We have two thermometers is our house; one I use under the arm and one that I use as a rectal thermometer. Both came as part of a gift set when my first son arrived and both take more than a minute to read the final temperature.
Dorel Juvenile Group (DJG), in cooperation with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), has decided that a defect which relates to motor vehicle safety exists in certain Cosco, Maxi-Cosi, and Safety 1st child restraint systems.
Choosing baby products that are safe is a hard task because most parents don’t know what to look for. Use these guidelines, provided by the Nemours Foundation, to help select the safest tub for your baby: Look for tubs with a backing on the bottom, so it won’t slip or move. Choose a tub that […]