Over the past year, Toy Safety has been a hot topic with parents, toy manufacturers and retailers as many toy recalls were announced about toys containing too much lead. Most parents were afraid every toy their child touched was a possible danger. Even some lots of popular toys, such as, Dora and Sesame Street, had high levels of lead paint.
We will provide articles and tips on how to make sure your children’s toys are safe, and what to look out for. We will also keep our reader informed of any big toy safety news. Below is a list of some websites for Toy Safety and Recalls.
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Internet Safety is of great importance to everyone. Whether you have a preschooler, middle schooler or teenager, understanding how your kids use the internet, what sites they visit, and how to protect your kids are all topics you need to be aware of and educate yourself.
We will regularly be adding new articles about internet safety and interviewing experts about Internet Safety. We will also keep our readers informed about new findings on internet safety, site to watch out for and programs to consider using.
The first year of your baby’s life is a busy one. It is full of firsts and big developments and many changes to your child’s feeding habits. One big change occurs when your child starts eating baby food and then moves on to solid foods.
Some parents are aware that there are certain foods that the American Association of Pediatrics says should be avoided for baby’s first year, but many parents or caregivers are not aware that such a list exists.
Please make sure you share the list of foods, that should not be feed to a baby younger than 1 year old, with anyone who cares for your baby. Make certain that they are truly aware of these foods.
Babies under 1 year of age should not be given:
Welcome to Mommie911!
We have launched this site and blog series to help moms everywhere to be the best moms they can be by providing the tools, resources and articles to help keep your sanity, happiness and family intact while juggling 500 things at one time. This site is created by moms and is for moms.
We believe moms never have enough time and we want to help. We want to provide relevant information that is easy to find and quick to read with resources you can go to if you need more information. We also offer One Minute News so that time starved moms can stay well-informed. Because lets be honest – moms often have a hard time getting a minute alone – even to go to the bathroom.
When friends or family come over my kids beg an uncle or aunt or someone else to play hide and seek with them. Usually the visiting guest honors their request and plays, often for over an hour, as people take turns hiding or searching.
The funny thing is I rarely play hide and seek with them. From what I have observed my kids are quiet, separate (which means no fighting amongst themselves), occupied, and do not need a new activity for sometime.