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Safety Chronicles

Choosing Safe Video Games For Your Kids

You can already feel it in the air — the holiday shopping frenzy is about to begin!  I know that at my house, video games are going to be on top of my son’s wish list.  The problem is how to know which games are age appropriate.   The titles can be misleading and some games […]

Does the CPSC really care about child safety?

Now that the holiday season is about to kick into full gear, we can’t help but wonder, is the toy we just bought really safe?  Are we going to read that it’s been recalled next week?  We rely on the government to monitor these issues and protect our kids from faulty manufacturing and unsafe levels […]

Child Safety Tips for Halloween

Before your little ghosts and goblins set out for a scary night of trick-or-treating, be sure their prepared to be safe as well as scary.  Here are a few tips to keep in mind as you’re planning their evening: There’s safety in numbers: If your child’s old enough to go out without an adult, make […]

The Cold Medicine Confusion – What’s a Mom To Do?

On Friday, A U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel recommended a ban on over-the-counter cough and cold medicines for children younger than 6.    Many reports showed that the medicines were nothing more than a placebo and recommended the drugs be tested to see if they are in any way effective.  The recommendations apply […]

Eating Locally – Tastes Good and Feels Good!

This time of year it’s always such fun to go apple picking and pumpkin picking.  I’m not a great baker but it’s become a ritual to make loaves of apple bread and pumpkin bread and, of course, roasted pumpkin seeds.  It’s not just the experience of picking the apples that makes them taste better – […]

Calling Dr. Mom

I recently made a bet with my babysitter that within two weeks of the kids starting school at least one of them would have the flu, a stomach bug or just a bad cold.  I was wrong — it actually took three weeks.   With three kids in the house it’s inevitable that we have our […]

Who’s Picking Up Your Child at School?

My daughter Kelsey started kindergarten this week.  She loved everything about it except taking the bus home after school. Unfortunately we’re the last house on the bus run so she was by herself which was a little frightening for her.  Of course I told her I’d pick her up from school instead.  It turns out […]

You Can Never Take a Vacation From Safety

This past weekend my husband and I took a mini vacation.  When we came out of our hotel room we found a boy who looked to be about five years old standing in the middle of the hall.  When I asked him where his mom and dad were he said that he had left his […]

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