Sure, Child Safety has become one of the more over-used terms out there. After all, is there really anyone out there who’s against child safety?
Though our world is seemingly always making headway with respect to improvements in almost every area of our lives, child safety must remain front-and-center in order to make strides with many of the important issues facing children of all ages. Below are some Child Safety sites that I’ve found useful and worth a look.
1) Child Safety Blog
Every parent and caregiver should take a look at this informative blog which deals from household pointers to improve safety to helping your kids stay healthy with proper nutrition.
2) Expecting the Unknown
Joan, the author, talks of all aspects of life and her experience with being pregnant with her first child.
3) My Precious Kid
Kay Green, author, talks about child safety from birth on. She discusses safe products for babies and children. She also sells items which she recommends.
4) Child Safety Blog
The focus of this blog is on online safety for parents to monitor their children in the computer and online environment.
5) DC Child Accident and Safety Blog
All around the house, there are items that could pose hazards to babies and children. Here the focus is on these items from toys to blinds and how to make a safer living environment for the entire family.
6) Child Safety
Families.com discusses child safety with babysitters to keeping away from sex offenders to environmental hazards. They focus on school safety and stranger danger.
7) Safe Kids
Safe Kids is a group that writes about the prevention of injuries in all environments. You can find branches all over the country that can help you locally.
8) News Anchor Mom
This creative mom takes a look at all issues concerning children and writes to inform others. She touches on healthy nutrition, teenage texting, medication recalls to where to shop most economically for the holidays.
Have a Child-related blog or website that you find useful? Please send me a link and I will include it in our next round of web-related resources.