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Emergency Contact information for rescue workers on both sides of every car seat.  Child's name, phone number, etc.  In the event of a wreck most children in car seats can't or won't be able to give this information to rescue workers.  scary to think you might ever need this but so smart!

Such a good idea Emergency Contact information for rescue workers on both sides of every car seat. Child's name, phone number, etc. In the event of a wreck most children in car seats can't or won't be able to give this information to rescue workers.

They should tell everyone this when sent home from hospital! So many people put extra stuff when they shouldn't. How to make sure your baby is properly buckled in. Do NOT use anything in addition to the products that came with the carseat. NOTHING should go under the baby unless it came with the seat!

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This picture could save your baby (or the baby of someone you love. I see do many parents post pics of their kids buckled wrong! And no thick jackets!

When going to an zoo, amusement park or water park, it is a must to make sure your child is safe! As parents we are always keeping an e...

DIY Temporary Tattoo For Kid Safety genius idea if bringing kids to fairs/parades/amusement parks. write your phone # on child's hand and cover it in liquid bandage. temp tattoo that won't come off in water//

This woman has a journal for each of her children, filled with letters to the child and thoughts about them. She started each one the day they found out they were having the child. Gave them when the kids moved out. what a cute idea......never too late to start!

This woman kept a journal for each of her children. She filled the journal with letters and thoughts she had about them. She started each journal the day she found out she was pregnant. She gave each child their journals the day they moved out.

When A Child’s Fever Becomes a Serious Problem - Sweet Little Nursery

When A Child’s Fever Becomes a Serious Problem. A parent's guide to fevers (infographic on HealthHub from Cleveland Clinic).

Put a timer on a lamp in your child's room. Set it to where it will turn the lamp on at whatever time they're allowed to get up. Teach them they can't get up until the lamp turns on.

Put a timer on a lamp in your child's room. Set it to where it will turn the lamp on at whatever time they're allowed to get up. Teach them they can't get up until the lamp turns on. :-) A much cheaper alternative to another nightlight I've seen.

Spray paint measuring tape and keep track of kids heights at different ages. Brilliant. Takes up no space and can move with you.

spray paint measuring tape and keep track of kids heights at different ages. Takes up no space and can move with you. I would paint the back side to mark so you can still see their height without having to remeasure your measuring tape.

50 rules for Dads with daughters... Warning: This will make you cry.... My favorite is 44. Write her a handwritten letter every year on her birthday. Give them to her when she goes off to college, becomes a mother herself, or when you think she needs them most.

50 rules for Dads with daughters. My favorite is Dad's should do this! Write her a handwritten letter every year on her birthday. Give them to her when she goes off to college, becomes a mother herself, or when you think she needs them most.

A binder with all the documents and emergency information you can grab at a moment's notice! {I have one, but might have to see if there's anything I missed!}

To DO this summer: Family emergency binder (store passports, birth and marriage certificates, SS cards, health records, emergency contacts. Keep in safe place and easy access in case of fire or emergency evacuation. See template GREAT IDEA

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