Summer time brings all sorts of problems for newborns. From dehydration, over heating, sun burns, and bug bites, you name it. They affect your little one even more than they do adults. How do you plan to keep your little one safe this summer?
Read our article on Summer Time Safety and tell me if there is anything else you would be doing to keep your little one safe!
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0 Replies |Watch This Discussion | Report This| Share this:Summer Time Safety With A NewbornSummer time brings all sorts of problems for newborns. From dehydration, over heating, sun burns, and bug bites, you name it. They affect your little one even more than they do adults. How do you plan to keep your little one safe this summer? <br /><br />Read our article on <a href="http://children.webmd.com/primer-on-summer-safety">Summer Time Safety</a> and tell me if there is anything else you would be doing to keep your little one safe!
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