Christmas time is a joyous time for family and friends. In the words of Andy Williams “It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” or at least it should be.
So, as you prepare for those lovely get-togethers this year Safety 1st and Consumer safety expert, Julie Vallese want to offer some tips to help keep your little ones safe from the hidden hazards that may lurk in the kitchen and beyond.
Tips to keep your child safe this holiday season:
For more great tips from Julie, check out her videos on the Safety 1st Facebook page.
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