Car Seat Safety: Which Seat Is Right For Your Baby?

NHTSA’s Car Seat Finder is easy to use: Visit Parents Central to enter your child’s weight, birth and height, then find the right fit and compare car seats!Parents Central | Keeping Kids Safe

You know those cute but sometimes annoying commercials that talk about how a lot of parents don’t know they are using the wrong car seat or have the right car seat but have it installed the wrong way?

Well, we just had a question about Skylar Marie’s car seat and how she was fitting in to it. It was scary to think she might get hurt because we didn’t do our homework. A quick Google search lead us to Parents Central. The same website in those commercials!

It was free, fast, easy, and – best of all – helped us make sure we are doing the right thing to keep our little tiny safe.

We highly recommend going through the site and checking out the helpful tools and hints. As we always like to say, “Have fun, stay safe, and God bless”. This site really helped us do that just now.

Have fun, stay safe, and God bless,
CJ and Penny
CJ Lane and Pearl 'Penny' Lane-Soliz
The Kidpreneur Mentors™

PS: If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Free Child Safety Kit

We will be re-posting this Child Safety Kit every year,
for as long as it is available. [This is our fourth year.]

 

Since we can’t always be with your kids, it’s important to teach them how to find help and keep themselves safe.

Most importantly, we need to do this in a way that doesn’t scare us or our children. Instead, we want to build their self-confidence. Our kids will feel safer when they can confidently recognize dangerous situations and respond immediately.

The free Child Safety Kit can help us keep your children safe, even when we are not with them. With special no-scare methods for each age group, the Child Safety Kit includes:

  • Asking for help when no trusted adult is nearby.
  • Unacceptable adult behaviors that can threaten children.
  • Recognizing dangerous situations.
  • Ways to respond to dangerous situations and keep safe.

Additionally, parents are introduced to the “What If” game, an engaging way to teach safety to their kids, which can be fun and build self-esteem.

Click here to get your free Child Safety Kit.
This free Child Safety Kit tells parents what they need to know, and how to say it to our children.

Have fun, stay safe, and God bless,
CJ and Penny
CJ Lane and Pearl 'Penny' Lane-Soliz
The Kidpreneur Mentors™

PS: If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.

[ Reprinted (with minor edits) from the Polly Klass Foundation. ]

The AMBER Alert System

We post a new CKC Daily Trivia Challenge statement on social media every day. You’ll find the answer to that day’s trivia on our CKC Daily Trivia Challenge page the next morning.

The first person to answer our trivia question correctly is automatically entered into a raffle for a Visa/MasterCard gift card! All trivia winners will be listed in our CKC Daily Trivia Challenge Winners Circle.

The True or False trivia statement for August 20, 2013 was:
The amber in Amber Alerts symbolically reminds us of a someone who is missing.

The answer is …

FALSE.

According to the U.S. Department of Justice :: Amber Alerts :: Frequently Asked Questions page:

“The AMBER Alert System began in 1996 when Dallas-Fort Worth broadcasters teamed with local police to develop an early warning system to help find abducted children.

AMBER stands for America’s Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response and was created as a legacy to 9-year-old Amber Hagerman, who was kidnapped while riding her bicycle in Arlington, Texas, and then brutally murdered. Other states and communities soon set up their own AMBER plans as the idea was adopted across the nation.”

Have fun, stay safe, and God bless,
CJ and Penny
CJ Lane and Pearl 'Penny' Lane-Soliz
The Kidpreneur Mentors™

PS: If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Free Child Safety Kit

We will be re-posting this Child Safety Kit every year,
for as long as it is available. [This is our third year.]

Since we can’t always be with your kids, it’s important to teach them how to find help and keep themselves safe.

Most importantly, we need to do this in a way that doesn’t scare us or our children. Instead, we want to build their self-confidence. Our kids will feel safer when they can confidently recognize dangerous situations and respond immediately.

The free Child Safety Kit can help us keep your children safe, even when we are not with them. With special no-scare methods for each age group, the Child Safety Kit includes:

  • Asking for help when no trusted adult is nearby.
  • Unacceptable adult behaviors that can threaten children.
  • Recognizing dangerous situations.
  • Ways to respond to dangerous situations and keep safe.

Additionally, parents are introduced to the “What If” game, an engaging way to teach safety to their kids, which can be fun and build self-esteem.

This free Child Safety Kit tells parents what they need to know, and how to say it to our children.

Have fun, stay safe, and God bless,
CJ and Penny
CJ Lane and Pearl 'Penny' Lane-Soliz
The Kidpreneur Mentors™

PS: If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.


[ Reprinted (with minor edits) from the Polly Klass Foundation. ]

Free Child Safety Kit

We will be re-posting this Child Safety Kit every year,
for as long as it is available. [This is our second year.]

 

Since we can’t always be with your kids, it’s important to teach them how to find help and keep themselves safe.

Most importantly, we need to do this in a way that doesn’t scare us or our children. Instead, we want to build their self-confidence. Our kids will feel safer when they can confidently recognize dangerous situations and respond immediately.

The free Child Safety Kit can help us keep your children safe, even when we are not with them. With special no-scare methods for each age group, the Child Safety Kit includes:

  • Asking for help when no trusted adult is nearby.
  • Unacceptable adult behaviors that can threaten children.
  • Recognizing dangerous situations.
  • Ways to respond to dangerous situations and keep safe.

Additionally, parents are introduced to the “What If” game, an engaging way to teach safety to their kids, which can be fun and build self-esteem.

This free Child Safety Kit tells parents what they need to know, and how to say it to our children.

Have fun, stay safe, and God bless,
CJ and Penny
CJ Lane and Pearl 'Penny' Lane-Soliz
The Kidpreneur Mentors™

PS: If you have any questions or concerns, please don't hesitate to contact us.

[ Reprinted (with minor edits) from the Polly Klass Foundation. ]