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5 Tips to Help Keep Your Little One Safe

Little ones are sometimes hard to keep track of, especially after they start walking! Check out these common parenting tips to help keep your little one safe:

Parenting Myths

Are you up to date on safety precautions when it comes to young children? Check out these parenting myths that changed over time:

Seven Tips to Encourage Your Kids to Wash Their Hands

Getting kids to remember to wash their hands may sometimes be a difficult task. With children returning to school, they are exposed to many kinds of germs that they can bring into your house. Teaching kids to wash their hands after they use the restroom, before they eat, and when they come home from school will help your child remain healthy and happy.