Category: Safety

Like mother, like daughter

Last week we went on a wonderful family vacation to Hilton Head Island. Although a little chilly (nothing like the cold weather in Dayton), we had a great time. One activity in particular really showed Mary’s “safety-daughter” personality coming out! … Continue reading

A reason to give

Yesterday, December 3, Dayton Children’s celebrated #GivingTuesday – a national campaign dedicated to giving – just in time for the holiday season! The amazing thing about Dayton Children’s is that you hope you don’t need to use it but you … Continue reading

Child safety seat changes

New rules are on their way in 2014 which will affect whether or not you can use the  LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for Children) system to install your child’s car seat. The rule requires car seat manufacturers  to tell … Continue reading

New booster safety ratings – what’s the deal?

Last week, the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS) released a new Booster Seat Status Report rating booster seats on their “BEST BET, GOOD BET, Check Fit or Not Recommended” scale.  What does this new report mean for you and … Continue reading

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