A car is a wonderful tool and a dangerous piece of equipment. The danger is increasingly evident when you have child passengers or teens at the wheel. So what can you do to help keep the kids and teens in your life safe in motor vehicles? You have plenty of options for protecting your children, and many of these options have to do with proper education and good habits.
Traveling with a newborn doesn’t sound like a good idea to many people. But it doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t. However, there are many factors to consider, like your baby’s age and health. Usually, traveling before one week old is not recommended, as many doctors will advise you that limiting traveling is necessary, for at least a couple of months. Being cautious is not all about the hassled cabin on the plane or the effects of high altitude.
Wanting to have a family is a dream of many people. To raise a child in this world is something many women aspire to do, and many feel that becoming parents will fulfill their mission in life. Unfortunately, not everyone can have this precious gift. Some women are unable to carry a child in their wombs. Some would not subject their bodies to the complicated process of pregnancy. For these specific challenges, there's surrogacy. What Is Surrogacy?
Becoming a new parent is one of the most rewarding experiences in life, but it can also be quite challenging. There are so many things to learn and remember in those first few weeks and months! This guide will provide you with all the essential information that you need to know about taking care of your newborn child. We will cover everything from feeding and bathing to sleeping patterns and safety tips. Congratulations on becoming a new parent - now let's get started!
The physical and emotional damages that affect adults in car accidents can be multiplied for children. At Kids in the House, we know the value of a child’s health and well-being to families and the community, and we dedicate our practice to helping injured families. This blog will explain the injuries and dangers to look out for after your child is involved in a car crash.
Tell me if this ever happened to you as a kid: Everyone has the hot new backpack or binder (or if you’re old enough, Trapper-Keeper) and you come home to find you grabbed someone else’s on the way home, and they grabbed yours. Maybe you made the switch back the next day, no problem. Or maybe that favorite book or CD you swore you’d put in there never made it back home, or the wicked little monster who took your bag just decided to say he never saw it at all, and you never get it back (if my grade-school nemesis is reading this, he knows what he did!)
According to recent statistics, around 50,000 road accidents per year occur in the U.S. alone. This number only adds up each year, despite the stricter regulations and new laws. Motorized vehicles are among the least safe yet most widespread transportation means currently available. These estimates only worsen depending on the weather conditions and time of year. One major concern is the increasing negligence of drivers, often putting not only their lives but the lives of others at risk.
Summer is one of the most exciting times of the year. Cold weather won’t hold you back from happy moods and tons of fun, but the extra sunshine may harm your health. Follow these tips to stay safe in the sun this summer without compromising your big plans.
One of the greatest parts of raising children is helping to satiate their endless curiosity. Teaching them about other cultures can help them develop into well-rounded individuals who respect everyone they meet, no matter how different they may be. Here are some ways to help your kids appreciate people from all walks of life.
Parents find it difficult to face the fact that those they trust most have harmed their children. This is particularly true when abuse occurs at church. The reality of church abuse catches many people off guard. Parents of abused children can stay in denial, avoiding admitting the painful truth.