first aid kit
Don't skimp on the bandages. Credit: Corbis When cuts and bruises call for more than a kiss, parents need to be prepared. That's why safety experts recommend parents keep first aid kits at home, in the car and in the diaper...Safety experts recommend parents keep first aid kits at home, in the car and in the diaper bag.
The other day I was thinking that I'm really pretty horrible about making sure I have a complete first aid kit tossed in Alex's diaper bag. I mean, for a family who, in 10 months of living here, have had a snake wander into the master bedroom, ...
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