All Blog Posts Tagged 'Safety' (9)

Trick or Treat Safey

Trick or Treat Safety

Added by Cassandra L. Pinson on October 21, 2015 at 10:31pm — No Comments

Summer Heat Safety

As I went to pick up the T’s from daycare, I could not help but notice how stifling hot it was outside! While I was driving and sweating, my mind wandered to many of the high profile cases where children were left inside sweltering hot cars. Sure, we have all seen the signs on the interstate or at the…

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Added by Cassandra L. Pinson on June 18, 2015 at 3:45pm — 1 Comment

Kids and Safety: What We Can Learn From Elijah Marsh

As the city of Toronto mourns the loss of 3 years old Elijah Marsh. I can’t help but think about what could have been done differently to save this little boys life. As a parent we do everything we can to protect our little ones from danger but the truth is that they are the greatest danger to…

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Added by Amy Ngai on February 21, 2015 at 10:21am — No Comments

Safe Toys = Safe Baby NO CHEMICALS ALLOWED!

This is a very important and interesting article about the harmful chemicals that are found in our childrens toys.  See, Exactly what we at www.HarperGraceBaby.com / www.HarperGraceBoutiques.com have always thought and gear our "hand selected" items to enforce keeping baby and mom and family safe!

Enjoy this article and PLEASE READ! (Article not written by HarperGrace…

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Added by Patty Gatter on May 15, 2012 at 12:41pm — No Comments

Internet Safety for Children

Do you know what your child is doing on the Internet? How can you insure your Child's Safety while surfing the net? How do I get my child off the computer at bedtime? If these aren't questions you are asking

yourself then maybe you should be.



You may be asking yourself right now, "Where do I Start"? First your computer should be in a central area of the home viewable by all. This means No Laptop in their Bedroom.…



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Added by KayK on November 3, 2010 at 2:11pm — No Comments

Scary Reminder

"Hey, that’s a nice baseball bat you have there” the guy who I thought worked at the store told me. “Yeah, it’s for my son. He’s playing t-ball and needs to practice” I said, thinking I was just participating in friendly store-customer banter.…

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Added by Faith on October 19, 2010 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments

Save Money...Live Better. Since When is Bullying Living Better, Walmart?!!

Shame on Walmart!




The photo above was taken at our local Super Walmart this weekend. I spotted this shirt as we headed for…

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Added by Angela on July 26, 2010 at 10:39pm — No Comments

Lesson Learned From Tragedy

I was in disbelief watching the news last month about a fatal home invasion robbery in my neighborhood. The victim had surveillance cameras outside his house and after I watched how he and his wife were forced into their house at gunpoint, I was very alarmed and terrified. I see myself vulnerable too because whenever I walk to my house leading up to my front door, I don't look around and do a quick scan of my sides or back. I just walk to my door. In the video, you can see one suspect walking… Continue

Added by RoseBelle on February 26, 2010 at 2:59pm — No Comments

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