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What to look for in a holiday resort children’s program

Children’s programs are a big attraction at family-oriented beach resorts, ski resorts and cruises. Having a safe, flexible place for kids to play, create, socialize and be supervised lets Mom and Dad steal a few well-deserved vacation moments for themselves while ...

Vigiliance is vital as infants begin to explore their world

Infants are pretty stationary creatures. Place one in a safe spot under your watchful eye and you can be pretty confident he or she will remain unscathed. However, by the six-month mark, your little one will discover the joy of hands and ...

Safety tips for traveling with toddlers

Toddlers are known for their insatiable curiosity, but they don’t yet have an understanding of consequence. Their motor skills aren’t reliable and their judgment and self-control is lacking. They love to touch and explore, but also tend to tune out warnings, restrictions and reprimands in ...

Keep youngsters safe in unfamiliar places

Young children don’t take too well to a room full of no-nos, so you’ll have to take it upon yourself to secure the environment from safety hazards. Childproofing your home away from home should be a top priority when settling in to your destination. Some hotels ...

Create a safe environment for your vacation

By the six-month mark, your little one has discovered the joy of hands and how they can grab things and put them in mouths. Mobility becomes a factor. You can’t turn your back for a minute without the tyke rolling over, scooting forward or ...