Toy makers must make sure that they produce safe toys that meet the safety standards set by Health Canada. Sometimes unsafe toys do make their way onto store shelves and into homes. With everyone home during the COVID-19 global pandemic, it's easy to get distracted while your children occupy themselves with perhaps unsafe toys.
The bond between a pet and a child is very special, but beyond its many benefits, it’s crucial to create a safe environment, especially since the whole family is staying home for a few weeks during the COVID-19 global pandemic.
On Halloween night, streets are filled with enthusiastic and excited children who want to collect as much candy as possible. You have to think about security (even more than usual) because they certainly won’t!
We love our plants and flowers with all their beautiful colors! They add life to our décor and freshen the air. But are they all safe for the kids? Here are a few plants that should be placed on the top shelf…
What is this “Baby on board” sign all about? Is it protecting us from bad drivers or is it the other way around? Because we enjoy laughing at ourselves, we wrote this list of common distractions that make us moms awful drivers.