Why Your Kid Should be Harnessed in the Car as Long...

  As parents, we love watching our children progress. We eagerly cheer as they begin to crawl and walk, and sniff back tears as they...

Sun, Sand, and Surf: Safety Tips and Tricks For Your Beach...

Summer is in full swing and beach days are upon us. Whether you live near the beach or plan to have a beach vacation,...

Smoke Alarms and Carbon Monoxide Detectors: Must Haves For Your Home

  When thinking of the safety of everyone living in your home, here are a few questions to ask yourself: Do you have a smoke...

Heat Related Illnesses: Preparing For the Summer Heat

    The official period of summer for 2017 is from June 21 to September 22. As we approach the summer months, it is important to...

How to do Infant CPR

A parent’s worst nightmare is if their child stops breathing. Although we hope and pray that we are never faced with this a situation...

The Importance of House Numbers

  Every house has an assigned identifying number that displays your home address. Although these numbers are important for the mailman and guests visiting you,...

Teaching Your Child about Stranger Danger

  As a parent, the number one thing  you want to do is protect your child. The world can be an uncertain place and you...

BABY SAFETY GUIDE & GIVEAWAY!

We brought you our Toddler Safety Guide with essentials and helpful products. Now, we bring you our Baby Safety Guide. As a mom, you...

Summer Safety Guide for Toddlers

Summer has finally arrived! That means temperatures on the rise, longer days, sunshine, and hours spent playing outside with our children. It might also...

How to Use a Fire Extinguisher

A fire extinguisher is one of the most important tools you could have in your home to save life and property in the event...

Summer Travel with Diono Just My Color radian rXT

While summer may mean long, sunny days, balmy breezes, and weekends at the beach, for most working parents it does not mark the end...

Keep Kids Rear-Facing Longer with Chicco

For many of today's moms, they were lucky if they were in a car seat past the age of 4, let alone a rear-facing...

Fire Prevention Checklist for Every Room in Your Home

  The average person can expect to have five household fires during a lifetime. These fires may be small, causing little or no damage; however,...

Educating Your Child About School Violence

  When considering the discussion you should have with your child(ren) regarding school violence, it seems like a daunting and unpleasant task. How do you...

Why Your Child Needs Supportive Shoes

As our little ones prepare to head back to school, shopping for the school year will soon be in full swing. From backpacks to...

Why Kids Should Ride Rear-Facing for as Long as Possible

Since the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that all infants and toddlers ride rear-facing until they are at least 2 years of age, many...

Can the Physically Disabled Drive?

This is a sponsored post written by Daily Mom on behalf of National Mobility Equipment Dealers Association for IZEA. All opinions and story are 100%...

7 Cyberbullying Tips Every Child Should Know

The use of tech to harass a person, or what’s commonly known as cyberbullying, is on the rise. Fifteen percent of students admit to...

12 Must-Have Baby Safety Items

September is baby safety month making it a good time to educate yourself on baby health and wellness, and to make sure your home...

Last Minute Holiday Safety Tips

  The holiday season is upon us and with all of the hustle and bustle, we may forget or overlook the dangers associated with all...

8 Things to do After a Minor Fender Bender

At some point in your lifetime you may be involved in a fender bender.  As much as we try to avoid them,...

Virtual Victims Protecting Yourself and Your Children Against Cybercrime

  Cybercrime is at an all-time high. The Department of Homeland Security explains that as Americans become more reliant on modern technology, they become more...

September is Baby Safety Month: What You Should Know

September is recognized as baby safety month. There is nothing parents, relatives, friends, and guardians want more than for the baby in their life...

Poison Proofing Your Home: Identifying Common Household Poisons

Statistics show that over 300 children in the United States are treated everyday in an emergency department from being poisoned. The CDC reports that...

5 reasons why mattress foam and VOCs are harmful to children

Foam mattresses, popularized for the dense, comfortable support they offer, have become utilized throughout much of the world in the past 30 years. But...

There’s Only One You! Prevent Identity Theft

Identity theft is a horrendous crime that destroys an individual’s personal information and causes lasting troubles that could follow a person for years. This...

Hands-Only CPR

  CPR stands for cardiopulmonary resuscitation which is a lifesaving emergency procedure that involves the repeated compression of a person’s chest who is suffering from...

How to do the Heimlich Maneuver

One of the scariest things a person can experience is choking on something. The feeling of not being able to breathe...

Auto Theft Can Happen to Anyone: What To Do If Your...

The number one reason for vehicle break-ins is unlocked cars. Potential thieves search for an easy target until they find one and then you...

Creating a Safe Neighborhood

  The top thing that should be on our minds when evaluating the area we live in is the safety of the neighborhood. It is...

Firefighters Are Your Friends

    Through the thick smoke and flames, they may look like a scary creature and sound like Darth Vader, but have no fear! It is...

Parental Controls: Do They Really Work?

Nowadays, many children have easy access to electronics such as computers, tablets and smart phones. This makes it easy for them...

Going to a Crowded Place and What to do if You...

    Do you have a trip to a theme park or the beach coming up? Going to places where the crowds of people are thick...

Five Safety Tips for Sleeping Babies

You want to keep your baby as safe as possible, but it's not realistic to keep an eye on them at all hours of...

Kids Sleepwalking: How to keep your sleepwalker safe

Let's face it. Kids are creepy. It seems to be a rite of passage into parenthood to be awoken at 2 a.m. seemingly for...

Why All Moms Should Invest In Dedicated Cooking Apparel

Moms are kitchen stars, and yet some of them cook while not wearing any dedicated cooking apparel. Walk into any restaurant or watch a...

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