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.
Summer Infant has discovered that batteries are overheating in some of its video monitors. Find out if your baby monitor is affected and how to get a replacement.
The rechargeable batteries affected are found in the portable parent unit of the video baby monitor. The batteries can overheat and rupture in some cases, and could potentially cause burns.
The baby unit with the camera, likely to be in your baby’s bedroom, is not affected.
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Brittany at Addicted 2 Savings 4 U has written a blog and is doing a giveaway for a Baby Essentials Package courtesy of WeGoBabies. Read part of her blog below and be sure to check out the blog and giveaway on her website!
My, oh my, have times changed! I remember when vending machines used to just be for snacks, candies and sodas and were great for on the go and last minute items. Now hitting the playing field is a brand new machine called the WeGoBabies which is a “smart” vending machine providing families with all the baby/toddler necessities they would need on the go! Just image your bags are packed, you’ve hit the road to head to the amusement park or airport and realized to forgot to pack the diapers, wipes or maybe a sippy cup for little one. Well the WeGoBabies has all the products you would want and need in one convenient location. WeGoBabies vending machines will be available at airports, zoos, museums, cruises, amusement parks, shopping malls and resorts. Read more and enter her giveaway!
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Smart Vending Machines for Families on the Go!
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Graco Children’s Products, which resisted recalling about 1.8 million child restraints earlier this year, has responded to a special order from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration demanding more information about incidents or injuries involving the rear-facing infant restraints.
N.H.T.S.A. began investigating the defect in late 2012, based on complaints from owners. In February, Graco agreed to recall about 3.8 million forward-facing restraints designed for older children, including the model in which the California girl died. Then in March, the company added another 403,000 restraints to the recall.
The 1.8 million restraints Graco is refusing to recall are rear-facing models used for infants. Graco says those seats use the same defective buckles as the regular, forward-facing seats used by older children. But it says a recall is not necessary because the portion of the seat holding the child can be detached from the base, which is anchored to the vehicle’s seat.
If Graco continues to refuse to recall the seats – and N.H.T.S.A. wishes to pursue the matter – it could take Graco to court. Read more: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/22/automobiles/us-pushes-for-wider-recall-of-graco-car-seats.html?_r=0