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May 10, 2010 at 6:03 pm #194808
It’s by no means a new health concern, but child suffocation dangers are once again making the headlines. As more individuals downsize their homes or raise a family in cramped quarters, bed safety and the risk of child suffocation may be on the rise.
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Child safety is a permanent issue and an ongoing task. It doesn’t stop when you do that first “child proofing”. In reality, it continues all the way until they get old enough to move out on their own (on different levels of course).
It actually starts to get harder as they get more curious and smarter.
I don’t have the time right now, but I have 2 REAL LIFE stories from 2 different clients about where #1 their child installed “parental control software” on the computer to track the PRENTS and #2 about 8 kids were working together “posing” as other parents on forums that their parents were using to find out secrets about the best place to hide money, car keys and spying secrets parents use.
If we get enough requests, I will post the stories in scary true to life detail.July 5, 2010 at 5:19 am #1043536
Child’s safety is of course a very important thing we, parents should be concerned about.However, it is really the responsibility of the parents to take cake of their child..No matter how many advices being imparted are no use for those irresponsible parents..December 9, 2011 at 6:38 am #1050802
Child Safety is one of the most vital issues to consider during child rearing.Take steps to keep your children safe by [LIST]
[*] Installing the right child safety seat in your car
[*] Teaching children how to cross the street safely
[*] Making sure they wear the right gear and equipment for sports
[*] Installing and testing smoke alarms
[*] Storing medicines, cleaners and other dangerous substances in locked cabinets
[*] Babyproofing your home
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