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Protect your child in case of an accident where you cannot communicate their medical needs to First Responders. Here are tips on what to secure to your child's car seat!

Makes so much sense; let a child take active responsibility for poor decisions. I love it.

"This is one organized car, done by a mom who got tired of never having what she needed. She even tells you what's in each compartment and why." Wow!!

Temporary tattoos for kids...when you are on vacation or at an amusement park. Provides ID/contact info. Increase the chance for a lost child to be found, and decrease the time you and your child may be separated...BRILLIANT!!!! Can also put medical info on it (diabetic, allergies, etc.)

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Your Modern Familyfrom Your Modern Family

2-4 year old waking up at night

My 2 year old is still waking up at night - advice from a Pediatrician

car seat emergency contact printables. great, great, great idea! if you are ever in a car accident and you are unresponsive, paramedics can easily see who your emergency contacts are. definitely doing this!

Play 'n' Snack Tray $14.98 - Portable, kid-safe foam lap tray holds snacks, drinks, books, toys and more. Deep nylon mesh side pockets hold crayons, markers, sippy cups. 3" H raised sides keep items from falling out. Attaches easily to car seats and folds flat to store; adjustable back strap keeps tray snug and secure at your child’s waist. Rugged, waterproof surface easily wipes clean. Ideal for home or travel. 15-1/2" W x 13-1/2" D x 9" H.

Real Simplefrom Real Simple

New Uses for Old Things: Kids Edition

Ankle Weight as Stroller Counterbalance - Ground the wheels of a stroller that has a jam-packed diaper bag hanging on the handles by attaching the weights just above the front wheels. You'll no longer be saying “Whoopsie daisy!” when you lift your child out of the seat.

The Survival Doctorfrom The Survival Doctor

Tips to Recognize Common Fever and Rashes in Children

Your child has a rash. Do you know which type and what to do? I do now after reading this VERY informative article. I wish I had a printer for this one.

iMomfrom iMom

21 Creative Consequences

21 Creative Consequences for the strong willed child.

95 degrees in your car? With this powerfully cooling sun shade, you can keep your child's car seat around a comfortable 69 deg F! That's right: in performance tests, the heat-deflecting cover lowered temperatures by an average of 26 deg . With elasticized edge for easy on/off. Folds flat and loops closed for compact storage. $7.42 on Amazon GENIUS!