Keep Your Kids Safe: Anchor Down Your TVs!

“One Child Dies Every Three Weeks from a TV Tipping Over” According to SafeKids.orgI knew that this type of accident happens, but I didn’t realize that it was that much. When we finally made the jump to the latest television technology a year or so ago, I insisted that the tv had to be safe for little ones. Whether we mounted it to the wall, tethered it to a table or secured it to a mounting tv stand, it didn’t matter to me. I just wanted to ensure that our children and our friends’ kids would be safe. I was … Continue reading

Diono Monterey from @Snugglebugz {REV!EW and G!VEAWAY}

When SnuggleBugz contacted me to check out their online store, I was very excited! I have heard of this Canadian store before and, in fact, I have driven past it before while on the highway and was very curious about their childrens’ products! We received a Diono Monterey Booster Seat for the car for review. I couldn’t believe how heavy the box was for this booster seat, but this is a good thing because it means that the seat is well constructed, and that it is! This seat is solid. First of all, the high back booster allows for extra … Continue reading

Keeping Kids Safe Online and on Phones

As my children get older, I do find myself wondering how we are going to keep them safe online. It’s not as easy as it used to be, to keep your child safe. There are so many other places that our children “play” other than at the park and in the front yard. Now, they are exploring the internet and various online activities. It is important that parents monitor their childrens’ online use as much as possible in order to avoid cyber bullying and other terrible circumstances. Even with your child sitting in the same room as you while they … Continue reading

Handbook to Practical Disaster Preparedness for the Family {REVIEW}

This book is available through Amazon via CreateSpace.About the Handbook:This 450-page “Handbook” is a guide for families everywhere, and is filled with lots of useful details that everyone can use, from evacuating their home and their general area during a disaster, to purifying water, storing food and protecting themselves and their property. It was very important to Dr. Bradley, the author of the book that he was helping families pull together a plan that works for them, including special needs for people with disabilities and the elderly as well as providing details on how to create an effective network (ie, … Continue reading

Updated List of Ground Beef Recalls from CFIA

I urge you to check out the updated list on ground beef products that might be contaminated with ecoli! Check your freezers!Safe eating,MTM Pin It Check out Multi-Testing Mommy’s Current Giveaways Multi-Testing Mommy was provided with promotional materials free of charge, by the manufacturer or a representing PR agency, in the hopes that it would be mentioned on this blog. Opinions expressed belong to Multi-Testing Mommy and are NOT influenced in any way. See MTM’s Disclosure for more details.

Keeping Baby and Kids Safe: Tips to Use When Creating Your Baby Registry

Are you pregnant or do you have a young infant in your life? The post that I am going to share with you isn’t just for new parents, but also for caregivers and family! Safety is so very important when it comes to children. Accidents can happen so easily on their own, it is such a good idea to take as many preventative measures as you can. My friend, MapsGirl has written an amazing post over at Kahoot Kids regarding Registering for Baby and the SAFETY (or lack there of) of some of the items on the market. I strongly … Continue reading

Bumbo Seat Warning

Health Canada has issued a reminder about the safe use of Bumbo Seats. On their website, Health Canada states, “The back of the seat contains the following “WARNING” – “Never use on a raised surface. Never use as a car seat or bath seat. Designed for floor level use only. Never leave your baby unattended as the seat is not designed to be totally restrictive and may not prevent release of your baby in the event of vigorous movement.” We all what is what is best for our children and we all want to keep them safe, however sometimes accidents … Continue reading

Teaching Your Child About Safety

I have two young children aged two and six and teaching them how to be safe is very important to me. My husband and I have always said to both of our children that we love them very much, but safety comes before happiness! This makes our children upset sometimes, but it is the truth. If our kids aren’t safe, they can’t possibly be happy right? Do you disagree? Now that my daughter is able to read (I am so lucky that she is a good little reader at such a young age!), it is very important to me that … Continue reading

REVIEW: Vital ID Bracelets

When I discovered that there was a company out there that sold ID Bands to children (specifically ones that weren’t disposable), I was super excited. I was even more happy to discover that they are a Canadian company! Vital ID offers a variety of Personal and Medical ID bracelets. Vital ID was generous enough to send me samples of Child Safety ID Braclets, Kid Safe Club Safety Bracelet, and Kid Safety Travel ID Band. Ever since my daughter has been able to walk and not ride in a stroller when we are out, I’ve tried to come up with a … Continue reading

REVIEW: Dream Baby Cable Lock and No Tools-No Screws Safety Kit

When I was offered some Dream Baby Safety Supplies for the house, I realized that it couldn’t have come at a better time for us. Little Man isn’t quite walking, but he is crawling, climbing and getting into absolutlely everything imaginable! I received a Cable Lock and a Household Safety Kit in exchange for a review. Although my son isn’t at the age where we need a combination lock on something, my daughter certainly is. This product is great for keeping things like medications locked up from curious children! I love how it is adjustable too, it makes it even … Continue reading