Do your kids love to bounce around in the backyard? Trampolines are super fun and can also be a great way to exercise.
But it's important for children to stay safe while they're playing on the springs.
To keep little jumpers from getting any bumps, bruises or broken bones, always follow these important tips from Springfree™ Trampoline:
Along with the wonder and excitement of the upcoming holidays, comes some increased stress and worry.
A recent article warned that young adults aged 18 to 24 are among the last to detect identity theft. Especially at risk are college students, many of whom are away from home for the first time and are now starting to be independent.
People in this age group feel entitled to adult treatment but frequently ignore adult responsibilities, such as keeping a close eye on finances.
Bringing home your new baby introduces many changes to your household. If you'll soon be bringing home your first child and you're wondering how the dog will react, good.
Now is the time to get your pup used to the idea that changes are brewing. Just like people, your dog has a routine, familiarity, and comfort level within your home. Helping to prepare your dog for the upcoming changes will facilitate a smooth transition.
Here are some steps to get the pup ready for a new little brother or sister:
While all the hoopla and media coverage dies down about the Penn State, Syracuse, Citadel, and the Hollywood minor actors’ child sex abuse scandals, I worry that our attention sp
The following is a guest post by Elizabeth Bryan, co-author of Chicken Soup for the Soul: Count Your Blessings.
Ever since the Penn State child abuse cover-up has been exposed, we have been getting calls and emails from many parents asking: “What do I tell my child to keep them safe?” “How can I keep my child safe?” “Tell me what to do!”
Child safety is always important, but it should especially be on the minds of all parents as we get close to October 31st.
While teaching KidSafe’s Abduction Prevention lesson yesterday, the discussion turned to safety at Halloween and we were shocked by what some of these kids are allowed to do!
Did you know that October 9 - 15 is National Fire Prevention Week?
Each year, nearly 500 people are killed in the United States in home fires that involve electrical failure or malfunction. According to the National Fire Protection Agency, these types of fires injure more than 1,400 people and result in more than $1.3 billion in property damage annually.
A toddler awakens with a fever, so his mother drives to the store for a bottle of Children’s Motrin. It’s only 10pm and she lives in a well-regarded middle class neighborhood, so it’s not a big deal. Right?