Child Safety Week – Together We’ve Got This!

This year, Child Safety Week takes place from 4th-10th June 2018. Each year the child safety campaign is run by the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) and aims to highlight to parents and carers the risk of accidents involving children. Throughout the week you can go along to local activities and events run by a […]

What are the safest car seats on the market in 2018?

Keeping your little one safe in the car is something on the mind of all parents. Knowing you have the very best car seat for your child and that they’re safely strapped in, can let you get on with simply enjoying the journey. Whether you’re nipping round to granny and grandpa’s, doing the regular school […]

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A Safe Bedtime Routine: Safety with a Newborn

One of the things we worry about the most when it comes to having a newborn is safety. With so much advice out there on topics like sleeping, bathtime, room temperature and using a changing table, it is easy to get confused. My daughter is 20 months old, and as a mother who has Epilepsy, […]

Safest Car Seats On The Market 2017

The decision of which car seat to purchase for your child is one of the biggest decisions a parent will make in regards to equipment. Safety is the utmost concern and car seat safety has always been a much debated concept as many of us grew up in times when cars barely had seat belts, […]

Bubble Baths For Babies – Are they safe?

Like many mums, there are few things we love more than sinking into a warm bubble bath once the wee one has fallen asleep for the night (or at least for now). The calming effects of a bubble bath are one not easily matched, but, is it the same for baby? January is Baby Bath […]

Precious Parenting’s Favourite Bathtime Baby Safety Products

January is Baby Bathtime Safety Month and we’re getting involved by helping to raise awareness of safe bathing practices. Bathtime safety is very important, with approximately 13 children under the age of 5 drowning in the UK every year – with 1 in 4 of them being bathtub related. Luckily, with advances in safety procedures and […]