For babies, there's nothing quite like a new toy. The colors, the feel, the sound, and of course, the taste. Toys are awesome! But if you're not careful, toys can be dangerous, too. Learn which toys to avoid, which ones were recalled, and more.
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Some dangerous items that have already been recalled may be in your home. If they are, you should get rid of them.
Chances are that whatever you give your little one to play with will end up in her mouth, so be careful of choking hazards. There's a quick test to know if a new toy is safe for your child. Follow these child safety tips to help keep your child safe with her toys.
If you have a child, chances are you have a product that will be recalled. Children's products are among the highest profile recalls because of the potential dangers to a vulnerable population.
Not only are baby toys fun for playtime, they can help your cutie develop her fine motor skills as well. Find out which kind of toys are best for your tot and why.
In addition to choosing a toy that is fun and stimulating, parents need to make sure a toy is age-appropriate and safe. Check for the following with every new gift, swap, or purchase.
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