Boo-boos & Broken Bones

Skinned knees, bug bites, and bruises are standard toddler accessories, but their developing motor skills and curiosity can also lead to more serious injuries. While many of these injuries can’t be prevented, there are certain precautions parents can take to keep their child as safe as possible. From parking lots to sharp knives to electrical outlets, below you will find information from numerous experts and other mothers like you, to help you keep your child happy, safe, and accident-free!

Safety Tips - Toddler
The Itchy and Scratchy Facts about Casts

When our little ones are sick or hurt, or main focus is their well-being. Kissing ...
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Broken Bones & Strains

Our bones—all 206 of them—are so important and amazing. Bones provide our bodies with ...
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Tooth Injuries

When you have young children, the falls that happen during active play come sometimes ...
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Childhood Concussions: Signs, Symptoms, and Prevention Methods

When most people hear the word concussion, they think of a person being knocked ...
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Toddlers Do Break Bones

There is no chance your toddler will never fall down. Luckily toddlers have supple ...
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Bumps and Bruises

As a parent, you are no doubt always watching out for hazards and dangers in your ...
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