Tag Archives: kids

Glass Pool Fence Systems that Keep Kids Safe

A swimming pool instantly transforms the backyard into the go-to hangout for outdoor family fun. But pool owners with young children need to take extra precautions. As parents, we do everything we can to keep our kids safe. Though swimming pools are fun, they present a serious hazard for young children who can accidentally wander in unsupervised. Making sure your pool area is secure with proper fencing is vital to keeping little ones safe. Glass fencing and glass railing systems are proving to be

How Tennis Can Benefit Your Kids

When the school break comes along, like many parents you may be scrambling to find something for your kids do over the summer. Chances are that you have considered tennis lessons or camp as a way to keep them busy – tennis advocates like Chase Rubin would agree that this is a great option, because gaining skills in the sport of tennis can provide many benefits to your children in addition to giving them something to do over the break. Cardiovascular and Muscle Strength There are many

Canada’s Safest Trampoline Uses a Flexible Net Enclosure

According to the Canada Safety Council, 80 children were admitted to Winnipeg Children’s Hospital for trampoline-related injuries in 1997. This brought about a lot of concern with parents who wanted to purchase trampolines for their children but were worried about safety. Since that time, however, the manufacturer has worked tirelessly to improve safety. If you are looking for Canada's safest trampoline, there are options for both a safe workout and highly interactive jumping experience.If

The Talk

You're feeling it's time, but it's a hard one to wrap your head around. He's asking questions, she's developing...Your child, who you still think is too young for some of this, is about ready for...the talk. Yes, the sex talk. But in reality, this should be an ongoing discussion starting at a young age and continue on through the years, not a one time talk. No parent looks forward to this, it's uncomfortable for everyone. But you have to be able to talk to your kid about this stuff, you know