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September is Baby Safety Month and our friends over at Diono have some tips to share, plus enter to win a Diono Radian RXT Convertible + Booster Car Seat.

Diono Radian RXT Convertible + Booster Car Seat Giveaway

Keep your little one safe while on the go. It’s Baby Safety Month and our babies safety is always our number one priority. Check out this great giveaway from Diono for the Diono Radian rXT Convertible + Booster Car Seat.

According to the CDC, accidents are the leading cause of death among children in the United States. September is Baby Safety Month and it’s usually an especially busy time of the year for parents.

Win A Diono Radian RXT Convertible + Booster Seat!

Win A Diono Radian RXT Convertible + Booster Seat! 

Adding a new addition to the family that you need to keep safe when traveling on the road? Learn more about road hazards, the Diono Radian RXT and enter to win a Diono Radian RXT Convertible + Booster Car Seat!

Spring is almost here which means families will be headed outdoors to enjoy fun adventures in the beautiful weather and extra hour of daylight. However, it’s important to always keep safety in mind while out on the road because this time of year brings lots of rain.

Tips for Keeping Your Child Safe

Childhood should be a time of growth, wonder and excitement, and children should learn and experience a world that is filled with endless possibility where they feel safe and loved. But not all children experience the carefree joy of childhood…sometimes, it hurts to be a child. Keeping your child safe is the most important responsibility of being a parent.
Many parents are shocked to learn that 1 in 3 girls and 1 in 5 boys will become a victim of child sexual abuse before the age of 18.

Driving Tips From A Teenage Driver #GetThereSafe

This is part of a sponsored safety campaign with DiMe Media and Allstate Foundation. However, all opinions expressed are my own.
One of the most momentous occasions for a teenager arrives the day it is time to get a driver license. Somewhere between 10th and 11th grade most teenagers will be dragging their parents out of the house and into the car for driving lessons. Although this will be their first time behind the wheel, it is far from their first lesson.