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Safety Chronicles

Seven Signs Your Roof Might Collapse

As I’m sitting in my house waiting for more snow tomorrow and eyeing all of the snow already on the roof I got to thinking how I would know if the ceiling is about to cave in. According to the Providence, RI Emergency Management Agency, these are the seven signs: • Severe roof leaks • […]

Using cooking as a learning tool for my special needs’ child (or my version of Eat, Pray, Love)

It’s been a week since I’ve started my “TV diet” experiment with my son and it’s been a learning experience for both of us. After two more days of no school due to snow and me trying to work it was extremely difficult to find activities for him and not revert back to the electronic […]

Great site for teaching your kids financial responsibility and protecting their money

This year I’ve started giving my eight year old daughter an allowance. She certainly understands the value of a dollar and she’s looking for all sorts of ways to save for an iTouch that she desperately wants. She was so excited to announce to me on Sunday that she had $29 in her purse which […]

Great Website for People with Food Allergies

For those of us who have food allergies, we are aware of the challenges of going out to eat. This restaurant guide is a great way to help anyone with allergies find a nice restaurant to go to. Check out AllergyEats for a complete listing!

Can I help my special needs son find his passion and wean him of TV?

I’m frustrated and disappointed in myself. I know the people closest to me will tell me I’m too hard on myself but that’s not the case. This is about Spencer, my special needs’ son who I blog about often (although haven’t recently.) It depresses me beyond belief that he doesn’t seem to have a passion […]

The Babies“R”Us Great Trade-In Event

To help promote safety, all Babies“R”Us and Toys“R”Us across the country are once again hosting the popular “Great Trade-In” event. Just bring any used baby item, such as a crib, car seat, stroller or high chair to one of their stores and you will receive a 25% savings on the purchase of a new item. […]

Great Product Alert! ZipperBack Gloves

by The Safety Mom ZipperBack gloves may be one of the best creations I’ve seen all season! What a great product for children. Let me tell you, finding gloves to fit their little hands that also keep them warm is rare. ZipperBack gloves were designed by a mom whose little boy got his glove stuck […]

Explaining the Tuscon Shootings to Our Kids

The shootings in Tuscon this weekend has shaken us all.  It reaffirms that tragedy can strike anywhere, anytime, when we least expect it.  It’s hard enough for adults to wrap their heads around it but how do we explain this to our kids.  In a world of 24/7 news it’s almost impossible for them not to […]

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