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Staying Safe in the Neighborhood

Posted on: Oct 30 2015   Comments: (0)  
staying safe in the neighborhood

There’s nothing like a walk around the block with your baby. Fresh after the pregnancy, it’s a great way for moms to get back into shape and let their little ones see some of the world around them, and as kids get older, the exercise does them good, too. But even when you’re staying close…

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Why Use a Child Safety Harness?

Posted on: Sep 28 2015   Comments: (0)  
Using a Child Safety Harness

Walking harnesses for children, like the Yochi Yochi, are a hot topic of debate among parents. There are just as many who find them a practical parenting tool as there are those who think they’re restrictive and lazy. So, what are the benefits to owning and using a safety harness for your little one? Peace…

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Why a Child Harness Can Be Your Best Accessory

Posted on: Jun 30 2015   Comments: (0)  
Child Harness Best Accessory

Raising children in today’s world is extremely scary, not to mention tough. Everyone has a different view on what you should or should not do as a parent. This makes it extremely stressful to take your children out into public, especially to crowded areas. A child harness can make parenting easier, but some parents feel…

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Safety Tips for Shopping With Kids

Posted on: Apr 20 2015   Comments: (0)  
Baby Harness Safety Tips for Shopping With Kids

Each parent knows the joys of shopping with kids (sarcasm… for some of us)—but what happens when the shopping carts safety strap doesn’t work and your baby harness isn’t effective? Unfortunately, thousands of kids are injured by shopping carts each year. Even when following the instructions, carts can prove to be very dangerous. While it…

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How to Avoid Losing Your Kids in Public

Posted on: Apr 14 2015   Comments: (0)  
Baby Harness : How to Avoid Losing Your Kids in Public

Although most people find it humorous when they see a small child walking with a leash or a baby harness on at an amusement park, they likely don't understand the peace of mind that it offers the parents. Parents rank losing a child as five times more concerning than terrorism and three times more worrisome…

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