Saturday’s 2nd Annual Red CARpet Event in Beverly Hills turned celebrity parents into spokespeople for the importance of child passenger safety. Safe Kids Worldwide partnered with sponsor Britax and host Ali Landry from Spokesmoms for this important public awareness event. The star-studded day of family-friendly fun was dedicated to raising public knowledge of the dangers … [Read more...] about Promoting Car Seat Safety at the Red CARpet Event with Ali Landry
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In times of uncertainty, love prevails and that explains why more people than ever are looking forward to celebrating this Valentine’s Day. In fact, a survey from the National Retail Foundation found that nearly 73% of consumers who are planning to do something on this annual holiday dedicated to love feel it is important given the current state of the pandemic. If you’re … [Read more...] about 5 Budget-Friendly Valentine’s Day Ideas at Home
When it comes to your skincare routine, there's one natural ingredient that gets a lot of buzz for helping the skin glow from the inside, out- HONEY. As an industry expert education has become more important than ever. Consumers want to know how they can care for their skin from home. This buzz ingredient packs more than just a sweet taste. In skincare, raw honey has shown … [Read more...] about HONEY – How To Get Clear, Glowing Skin
Healthy germs are all the buzz these days. What are they? And how do we incorporate them into a kid’s diet? First, let’s start with the cringeworthy fact that we host trillions of microbes in and on our bodies. Most of these reside in our gut and are actually quite beneficial for maintaining a healthy body. A healthy gut consists of 85% beneficial bacteria and is directly … [Read more...] about Probiotics and Prebiotics for Kids: What’s the Difference?
From One Autism Parent to Another I remembered an incident that happened not too long ago. It involved two autism parents and went like this… First, I was one of the autism parents. I was taking my son to an event at a small facility. The event was being run by another autism parent and also involved her own child. (Our kids had met when they both participated in a … [Read more...] about From One Autism Parent to Another