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Keeping poisons out of reach

Keeping poisons out of reach

No matter what age your child is, keeping your children safe from harm and protecting them is the number one priority for any parent. So... more

Quick stain removal tips

Quick stain removal tips

Do you ever find yourself scrubbing a stain to find it just won’t budge and end up binning a loved item of clothing as a result? Here is... more

Laundry tips

Laundry tips

The hypoallergenic and dermatologically tested Comfort Pure fabric conditioner is ideal for your baby’s new skin, keeping it soft and... more

Taking kids to the supermarket

Taking kids to the supermarket

When you walk into a supermarket, remember that you are in charge of what you buy. Even though you’ll be bombarded with ads, focus on... more

Teaching your child responsibility

Any one on one time with your child is a great time to teach them how to become responsible. Think about the type of parent you are. Do you like to take care of your child in every way? Do you make their lunch, clean up after them, bring items to them that have been forgotten, and provide constant reminders for things that must be done? Do you make decisions for your... more

Child safety in the home

Child safety in the home

Having a kid at home denotes fun and excitement but oftentimes can mean stress to adults around them. Generally, kids are a curious bunch... more

Childproofing for your toddler

There is a natural curiosity in growing toddlers that gives them the tendency to explore and love the job most especially when they start to walk on their own and get to the farthest point they can. This is an achievement for the child which can be very rewarding to parents. However, exposure to danger is what lies at the other side of the coin. The lack of benefit... more

Toddler safety and childproofing

Toddler protection begins at home. Reports have it contrary to public belief that protection must be sought for the most while children are out rather than when they are home. Parents have traditionally kept in mind the protection their children will need against stranger abduction and violence when in fact.  Childproof your home before you toddler starts to crawl,... more

Childproofing your holiday accommodation

On arrival childproof your accommodation or your hotel room before you unpack your own things. Remove all the lovely things you used to love as traveller before kids such as chocolates and milk cartons. They will certainly turn into messy missiles. If your child is very young crawl around yourself to seek out potential hazards. Bring tape to cover electrical... more