With baby gates securely in place, outlet covers in every room and childproof locks on cabinet doors, you probably feel fairly confident in your babyproofing methods. However, you might want to consult our list of commonly missed babyproofing tasks below from BabyCenter® — just to make sure you’ve got it all.
Monthly Archives: April 2013
According to Parents Magazine , before your little bundle of joy arrives, there are a few things you should have lined up and ready to go. Being prepared ahead of time will make you feel less anxious about your delivery and help ensure that everything from delivery to baby’s first weeks at home goes smoothly.
Thanks to mobile phones, a vehicle breakdown is usually more of an inconvenience than a real danger. A quick call to a tow truck or roadside assistance service will usually get you to safety within a couple of hours. But technology can fail, and there are still parts of the country that aren’t covered by cellular service. So to make sure you’re prepared for an unexpected breakdown, keep these 6 items in your car at all times.
A research initiative to develop better building standards and reduced property insurance losses. Mix one part tap water with one part seltzer water. Freeze until solid. A new way to chill a glass for a frosty taste sensation? No! The … Continued
Find out if there’s a tax deduction in your latest employment search. There’s nothing easy about looking for a job in a tough economy. The upside is that at the end of your search, you may find a great gig. … Continued
How to find a meaningful (or just plain fun) summer job. As children mature into young adults, summer is no longer about killing time between school semesters. If your son or daughter is age 14 or older, summer is a … Continued
Before the baby arrives, make sure the room is safe and sound. Getting ready to bring home baby? Outfitting the nursery is a pleasant way to pass some time while you wait for the arrival of your little one. Just … Continued