Summer is here, which also means the risk of heatstroke in automobiles is very high. Understanding the risks when it comes to kids and hot cars can help prevent a tragic accident this summer.
June is National Safety Month and it is a great reminder to take a second look at the things in our home to be sure they are as safe as possible. After a scary experience with my toddler who was found unconscious in a hot tub, we’ve realized just how quickly accidents can happen and we want to make every effort to prevent them at home. Having safety features in place in your home, such as cordless window blinds, helps keep your children safer.
The Fisher-Price Rock n’ Play is one piece of baby gear that parents have sworn by. I used them with my twins and they were irreplaceable when I had two babies dealing with reflux. With the announcement on April 12, 2019, that Fisher-Price Recalled the Rock ‘n Play Sleepers have been recalled after being linked to infant deaths, many parents are reeling and trying to find a great alternative. These alternatives to the Fisher-Price Rock ‘n Play are great choices that won’t put your baby at risk.
With 3 kids currently in car seats, there’s no such thing as “just hopping in the car to run an errand”. Getting kids strapped into car seats takes time, especially when you have kids that are different sizes and need to adjust straps. The Maxi-Cosi Magellan™ Max 5-in-1 Convertible Car Seat is an innovative new 5-in-1 convertible car seat that accommodates children from birth to age 10 (5lbs. to 120lbs.) and makes trips around town easy, even if you have kids that are different sizes. With this car seat, we can use it for any child that needs to ride with us.
Gun violence is happening around the country at an alarming rate. Every day, hundreds of people are killed or injured as a result of gun violence. As a mom of 6, school shootings are my biggest fear. In 2010, my worst fear came to life as we experienced a school shooting. The aftermath of that left me convinced that we are not doing enough to protect our children.