Let’s face it… traveling with babies and kids isn’t easy No matter how many checklists you make or if everything appears to be in order, life still happens. Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have a WeGoBabies Vending Machine at your vacation venue for all of the formula, wipes, pacifier or any other baby essential you can think of! In the meantime, here is a great website with all the baby and children checklists you could think of.
Many parents don’t know that their babies are vulnerable to sleep-related injuries and even death, but there are steps you can take to protect your child. NY1’s Erin Billups filed the following report.
“Blankets, out. Your child does not need a blanket to keep warm.”
Actually, the American Academy of Pediatrics says there should be nothing in the crib with infants—not plush toys or even monitors.
Forgot your baby’s formula, diapers, portable DVD player for his favorite Yo Gabba Gabba movie?? No worries with the new innovation WeGoBabies! It’s a common problem parent’s face when they’re away from home with their kids…a “doh!”moment when they reach for something their little one needs and realize they forgot to pack it. That’s when WeGoBabies comes to their rescue. WeGoBabies is a supped-up, state-of-the-artvending machine stocked with everyday items for babies and young children, including: formula, milk, healthy snacks, juice, diapers/wipes, toys, bottles, pacifiers, teethers, and even larger itemslike hand-held electronics and booster seats!
This is not your ordinary vending machine! WeGoBabies technology is like nothing you’ve ever seen with all the bells and whistles, such as:
- Dual system vending: refrigerated and non-refrigerated all-in-one
- Inventory, advertising, and machine functionality monitored from remote location – so it’s always well stocked
- Large user-friendly touch pad selection screen
- Receipt printer for proof of purchase and easy exchange/refund options, and many more features…
The Ask: And to get more of theses machines into more airports, malls and venues where harried parents frequent, the Carringtons are turning to the public for help and have launched a Kickstarter campaign, this past May 5 to help raise $50,000 for working capital.
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To vaccine or not to vaccine? It seems that has become an ever more trending topic these days. HealthDay News has announced that vaccinating pregnant women during their third trimester appears to be safe for both mother and child. Do you vaccine yourself, children and while you were pregnant?
Vaccinating pregnant women during their third trimester to prevent tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis in their future offspring appears to be safe for both mother and child, new research suggests.
The findings — which may provide some reassurance to parents with general concerns about vaccination safety — are reported in the May 7 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
The new preliminary study explored the safety of the “Tdap” vaccine when offered before birth.
The investigation was prompted by the particular threat to infants posed by pertussis — commonly known as whooping cough — a highly contagious and sometimes deadly disease that has recently made a comeback among American children.
About 90 percent of fatal cases of whooping cough occur among children under the age of 6 months, according to background information from the journal.
However, although the disease is preventable if vaccinated against, current recommendations advise that the “DTaP” vaccine — a different form of the vaccine used to prevent the same conditions — be offered only to infants at the ages of 2 months, 4 months and 6 months.
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TARGET is recalling children’s and women’s denim jeans which may contain traces of a cancer causing dye.
The product recall covers more than 40 lines including: Kid’s & Infant’s: Denim wrinkle pant, Boys walk short, Babywear relaxed denim jean.
The products being recalled were sold nationally at Target and Target Country stores as well as online through Target’s website. Customers should stop using the product and return it to a Target store to obtain a full refund of the purchase price. According to the product recall, the dye used during the production of these products may have contained hazardous azo dyes.
Azo dyes are a large class of very effective synthetic dyes used for coloring a variety of consumer goods such as foods, cosmetics, carpets, clothes, leather and textiles.
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