How To Find Fine Luggage Set?

Written by Rose Anne

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On the Road Again

Written by Gail Morris

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Just remember that jumping up from your chair each time your toddler/preschooler reaches danger is exhausting!

1.Travel with a child proofing kit: electrical outlet covers, doorknob covers, string to tie cabinets closed andrepparttar number torepparttar 146920 poison control center.

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6.Remove electrical cords that might be hazardous.

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Happy travels!

Gail Morris is the mother of four children with an extensive pediatric medical background. Her ideas are time tested and mother approved! If you want more information (printable games, checklists, emergency information, budget travel) or would like her semi-monthly free newsletter, Your Family Resources, visit

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