With baby gates securely in place, outlet covers in every room and childproof locks on cabinet doors, you probably feel fairly confident in your babyproofing methods. However, you might want to consult our list of commonly missed babyproofing tasks below from BabyCenter® — just to make sure you’ve got it all.… Continue reading
According to Parents Magazine, before your little bundle of joy arrives, there are a few things you should have lined up and ready to go. Being prepared ahead of time will make you feel less anxious about your delivery and help ensure that everything from delivery to baby’s first weeks at home goes smoothly.… Continue reading
Thanks to mobile phones, a vehicle breakdown is usually more of an inconvenience than a real danger. A quick call to a tow truck or roadside assistance service will usually get you to safety within a couple of hours. But technology can fail, and there are still parts of the country that aren’t covered by cellular service.… Continue reading
Popular baby names, like fashion trends, go through cycles. In the 1970s, bell-bottom jeans and the names Jennifer and Michael were popular, while in 2013, names like Millie and Ted seem to be making a comeback.
Take a look at the top five names for boys and girls in 1913, and then compare them with CNN’s projections for 2013.… Continue reading
Driving down an unlit highway at night, your tire blows and you swerve into a ditch. Who you gonna call? You can try the Ghostbusters, but Bill Murray is probably too busy being famous to drive you to the hospital.
It’s far more useful to have a few reliable contacts programmed into your phone.… Continue reading
Hollywood tornadoes may whisk you away to the magical land of Oz, but real life twisters can destroy an entire neighborhood in minutes.
Here are some of the largest, fastest and most destructive tornadoes in United States history.
Most destructive: The St.… Continue reading