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10 Swimming Pool Health and Safety Tips

10 Swimming Pool Health and Safety Tips

Guest blog post.     There are a number of ways to make a home swimming pool a more safe and healthy environment. Here are 10 great things to think about, both when preparing the pool, and when it’s in use.   1) Have a fence around the pool. According to RedCross.org, one way to(…)

FUNBITES – Making Food Fun for Kids

FUNBITES – Making Food Fun for Kids

Review by Tami, Product Review Panel We tried out the squares version of FUNBITES and according to their website, www.funbites.com, there are also hearts and triangles! The FUNBITES consists of a cutter and a popper which are made of a hard plastic that is BPA free. The cutting piece has a small curve to help cut(…)

Wipe Aide

Wipe Aide

The following is a review for Wipe Aide. Mom-spot.com received this product for free in exchange for an honest review. Product description from the company: Wipe Aide, the toilet paper moistener, customers absolutely love how easy to use and convenient Wipe Aide is. Wipe Aide evenly moistens your toilet paper by simply pushing down on(…)

Creating The Ideal Bedroom For Your Child

A child’s bedroom can often serve many functions: as well as being a restful and calm environment to help ensure a good night’s sleep, the bedroom is often used as a focal point for games and playtime. Creating the ideal mix between fun and functionality is a challenge for any parent, but one which need(…)

Kidswitch provides both child and parent some independence

Kidswitch provides both child and parent some independence

Mom.  Mom.  Mom!  I need to go to the bathroom.  Can you turn on the light? How many times have you heard this in the last 24 hours?  I remember those days.  Having my hands in the dishwater, working on dinner, being on the phone (for the first time in 3 days), and so on(…)

3 Reasons Why Daycare Won’t Ruin Your Child

If you work in child care, are a new parent, or even friends with new parents, you’ve probably heard the argument between daycares and stay-at-home parenting. There’s the stay-at-home parent warning that child care leads to a life of juvenile delinquency while the working parents condemn at-home children to social exclusion and underdevelopment. So, are(…)