Sponsored Post. Designing a bathroom for your own personal use and for your whole family are two completely different tasks. Of course, the main point in both cases is to create a soothing and relaxing atmosphere, but once you have to keep your whole family in mind, you should approach the overall design and organization more seriously. This is especially true if you have to think about older people and/or children in your family. In that respect, you may find the following tips considerably helpful.
1. Plenty of room and storage
In your family home you may want to have one or two extra smaller bathrooms, but when it comes to a family one, it should definitely be a bit bigger in size. After all, there has to be plenty of freedom of movement, especially if both you and your partner will bathe your kids or want to make this space safe for the elderly. Therefore, the first thing that you should consider is to expand the space if it’s necessary. If it’s not, you should analyze the best layout possible so that it’s easy to move around and get into the bath/shower.
2. Adequate storage space
Together with a functional layout, storage space, and plenty of it, is another essential aspect of an effective family bathroom. Since it is for a whole family, you have to make sure that the space can actually hold everyone’s belongings, toiletries and enough of towels. It’s important to keep all the bathroom stuff in the bathroom itself where you can reach anything you need instantly, so that you don’t have to leave your child unsupervised in order to get an extra towel in other room or their favorite bath duck. Aside from functional cabinets under the sink, one of the smartest investments for a family bathroom includes complete utilization of wall space, with wall cabinets and floating shelves.
3. Bathroom safety
One of the main things you have to keep in mind for a family bathroom is a complete safety of everyone using the bathroom. In that respect, you don’t want to get bathroom elements, sink and tubs included, that have sharp edges. Go for rounded ones instead. With that in mind, avoid using glass doors for your tub and opt for a curtain instead. Also, make sure that your bathroom and tub floors are not slippery. You should make use of anti-slip, water-resistant mats to boost the overall safety of your bathroom. Of course, don’t ignore the need for soft close hinges and toilet seats either. Moreover, you may want to get a thermostatic control switch as well as a safety regulator for the bath tap to avoid any accidents.
4. Bath tubs, showers or both?
In general, there’s no right answer when it comes to choosing between a bath tub and a shower. Both options are good for different purposes. In general, freestanding bath tubs are perfect for relaxation and very useful for bathing children. This is definitely one of the best options for a family bathroom. However, if you have enough room in your bathroom, you may want to include a curbless shower as well since this would be extremely helpful for the older members of your household.
It’s important that you add your family’s personal touch to the family bathroom. You don’t have to be extreme, but the tile colors/patterns and paint can definitely help you personalize this space properly. Add a decorative plant at a safe place as well as family photos and even children’s illustrations as a wall décor. If you want to make your family bathroom fun for your small children primarily, you can also check out various stickers available that will make the bathing experience more enjoyable for kids but can be easily removed later on.
The more people in your household you include in this design project, the better the final results will be. Don’t feel pressured that you have to do all the work on your own. What’s more, take constructive advice from the professionals you hire to help you with the design of your family bathroom so that there are no problems whatsoever with using the bathroom safely and happily for as long as possible.
2017 is the year of savings for many of us. We covered a lot of subjects on how to save money on various things, including the many savings you can make on monthly expenses and the family holiday this year. With 2018 just around the corner, it is time to utilise the money you have saved and start thinking about investing.
There are a lot of interesting investments you can make in 2018. The cryptocurrency market is livelier than ever and there are more investment instruments to choose from too. In this article, however, we are going to focus on the investments that will also benefit the entire family. Let’s have a look, shall we?
Your First Property
If you still rent a house or a flat, 2018 is the perfect year to consider buying your own property. There are two reasons that make this particular investment very appealing. First of all, the property market is filled with gorgeous properties at stunning prices, so you will be able to grab the dream house you have always wanted for less.
The second reason is access. There are more financial institutions and third-party services available to help you make your first property purchase. There are plenty of resources you can access online too, including services of the best conveyancing solicitors in London and other areas across the country.
You only need to look at the best deals and special offers on mortgage loans to know that owning a house is more affordable than you think. Instead of spending the money on monthly rent, you can put the same amount towards your mortgage instalment. There is also the added bonus of the property’s value going up over the years.
A Higher Degree
Even when you don’t plan to return to your career, an investment in a higher degree is very rewarding in different ways. For starters, you can pick up new and useful skills that can help you be a better mum, entrepreneur, and person in general. The value of the degree is even higher if you are planning to return to a career once the kids are old enough.
You don’t have to be a full-time student to pursue a higher degree; in fact, you shouldn’t. Online courses from top universities in the UK are both accessible and affordable. Choose a program that suits you and you’ll be well on your way to earning a master’s degree.
The Stock Market
Last but certainly not least, there is the wealth of opportunities to invest in the stock market. There are two ways you can put your money to work and buy shares. You can either buy into mutual funds with good potential returns or you can open a trading account yourself.
The latter is a bit more complicated – and requires a more hands-on approach – but it is also more rewarding. Spend enough time to learn about the best shares to buy and how the market works and you too can be a great trader from the comfort of your home.
So, are you ready for 2018? Consider these investments and strengthen the family’s finances this year.
A holiday with kids is not about spending endless long lazy days on the beach, watching the sunset while sipping tropical cocktails, dining beneath the stars at classy restaurants and sleeping till late in the morning in your own private pool luxury villa in Phuket… you may get away with it for a day or two as long as the jetlag is still working on the kids, but soon after, those little rascals will want to jump, run, play, splash and get entertained. As parents, you will need to find a good balance with a holiday planning that suits both you and the kids. Here are some great activities for them active kids to do during your family holiday in Phuket:
This activity is for kids above 8 years old. Kids who are up for a thrilling water adventure in the open-air. At the Anthem Wake Park, you will be waterskiing on a 50.000 sqm sweet water lake in the beautiful lush tropical greenery of Phuket. This cable wakeboarding park offers rides for beginners and pro’s, young and old, promising a great exhilarating day out for the whole family.
How to make any kid happy as he/she can be? Take them to a water park where they can swim, slide and splash all day long. Splash Jungle Water in Phuket has something for everyone, also for the littlest family members. While the older kids will love sliding down the Super Bowl, the Boomerango and more colourful slides, the toddlers can safely play in the Kid’s Aqua Play Pool. The park also features a wave pool and a 335-meter lazy river where you can grab a tube and just let the water take you down the stream. Splash Jungle Water Park is part of the Grand West Sands Villa Phuket, located at Mai Kao Beach. Check it out!
Always wanted to fly in the sky? It sure is every kid’s dream! At Kidzsole Flying Trapeze, you can have an actual ‘flying without wings’ experience. It’s safety line you’ll be counting on instead of wings, and you will need some of that good old courage. Kids can overcome their fears, giving a boost to their self-esteem and they will also learn to do some great acrobat tricks. Located right on the beach in Mai Khao, all family members are up for an unforgettable experience… that’s right, mum and dad can also join in for a lesson and for sure they will love it, too! You will be guided by professionals so no need to worry – you will be safe and sound and who knows it might inspire one of you to become a Cirque du Soleil artist one day in the future. Kids can even join the Ninja Warrior Circus Training for the full-blown Kidzsole Flying Trapeze experience.
Jump till you can’t jump anymore at the 50 Fly! Trampoline Club Phuket. Bounce, laugh, and play all day, the Trampoline Park is fun for kids of all ages. Check out the Fun Zone if you like playing games such as football or basketball on a trampoline court or learn some tricks at the Acrobat Zone. Super fun, indeed! Kids will be so tired that parents can have a romantic, undisturbed in-villa evening with candles, wine, chocolates and a movie or whatever. Just perfect!
The adventure just doesn’t stop, at Flying Hanuman Phuket you can zipline through the treetops of the island’s tropical jungle. There are 28 adventure platforms, 15 ziplines, one skyrail and 2 sky bridges. Fun and exciting for everyone and it’s an eco-friendly activity too. The minimum age for kids is 4 years old.
Written by Stephanie of Villa-Finder.com
“Ho, ho, ho!,” says Kris Kringle as he walks past the holiday decorated empty corridors in school. It’s summer and it’s holiday season. The kids are out, but Kris Kringle has an important task at hand. He’s got to make sure the kids have their Christmas school gift when they return.
Now that has Mr. Kringle in a dilemma. With too many students and a budget crunch, how can he manage to get a gift for everyone? Well, that’s pretty simple – he’s got to think of gifts that are both valuable and affordable – like Christmas candy bags, perhaps? But that would damage the children’s teeth after they’ve already had too much sweet during the festive season.
So, what could Mr Kringle do? We’ve got a bunch of ideas he could try:
Personalised Water Bottles
Water bottles work for kids of all ages. Plus, it’s something that will remind them of staying hydrated as the summers get hotter. Water bottles are cheap and available in a variety of shapes and colours. You could choose different ones for different types of students or simply get the same design in different colours. Use a Sharpie or alphabet stickers to put each student’s name on the bottle and there you have it – a special, personalised gift from Kris Kringle for the school kids.
Now this is something school kids can enjoy in groups. These good to play games like Monopoly, Scrabble, The Logo Board game and more are a great form of building knowledge and having fun. A board game for each class and Mr. Kringle will still have a lot of money in his pockets to spend elsewhere. Besides, these fun games are going to make all the school kids remember this Christmas well, thanks to his generosity.
A Healthy Treat
Treat the school kids to something that tantalises their taste buds and makes them thankful for summers. Think something like the honeydew sorbet to beat the heat or Santa strawberries for fruits that are fun to eat and pleasant to look at. If nothing else works out, let them dig into some delicious homemade cookies and milk – nobody can deny that. Just be a little careful with the kids who’re lactose intolerant.
The Homework Pass
All you need to do is get print outs of one of the countless “homework pass” templates available online. The Homework Pass allows students to skip homework of their choice by simply attaching the pass to the submission page. Nobody likes homework and Kris Kringle knows that well. It’s about time the kids had the freedom to choose the homework they do not want to do.
These are probably the most inexpensive things that can be given out as Christmas gifts to kids at school. Even if you don’t feel like spending money on it, you can DIY them – drawing in the forces of creativity that allow you to come up with fun and interesting bookmarks for kids. Plus points if you can personalise them in some way!
There you have it, five great ideas for Kris Kringle gifts for school without exceeding your budget. You better start working before the Santa’s workshop closes down for Christmas!
Any mother or parent knows that it takes practically no time at all for kids to get into trouble. Whether you’re at home, in the store, or on vacation, it’s crucial to keep a constant eye on what your children are doing.
Even in the home, dangers lurk. Most parents know how to keep hallways, cabinets, bedrooms and other areas of the home clear from hazardous or dangerous materials. There are other dangers, however – many that go unnoticed at first glance – that could be just as risky for small children.
Let’s keep our kids safe by looking at some of these home child hazards you might have never considered.
Heating and Cooling Elements
Any mother would naturally be cautious with children around traditional home heating solutions such as fireplaces (in fact, bestelectricfireplaces.net reports that the number one reason for replacing a traditional fireplace with an electric fireplace is due to child safety concerns).
Despite these valid concerns, other heating and cooling elements in the home can pose risks. One example is vents on the floor which can snag, catch, or cut small children who slip or fall on them. Another example is the outdoor HVAC unit itself, which poses an even greater risk of injury or death if left unchecked.
Every parent knows how crucial it is to position infants and small children properly when sleeping in their own cribs. Unfortunately, many parents incorporate elements that can be downright dangerous.
Excess bedding materials such as bumper pads and large comforters can distort the natural surface of the sleeping space, providing an opportunity for small children to suffocate in the worst-case scenario. Make sure you use firm mattresses, eliminate excess bedding, and tuck any blankets both around the child and the mattress.
Household pets are often members of the family like everyone else, but their presence alongside small children can cause unexpected hazards.
More than 100,000 children are hospitalized each year due to bites from dogs alone. While a dog may seem like the most likely cause of a childhood injury from a pet, other pets such as cats, snakes, and even pet rodents can be just as harmful.
In addition to bites and scrapes, some other factors to consider include allergies, diseases carried via pet waste, and parasites such as fleas and tapeworms.
It’s not just what is in the home that can be hazardous: it is what’s outside as well. Especially true for older homes, wooden walkways in the form of stairs, porches, and other surfaces can actually be quite dangerous for small children.
Besides the greater risk of tripping on planks or falling down stairs, older flooring tends to bend and loosen, potentially leaving rusty nails and tacks extending from the floor. One wrong step and a visit to the doctor for a tetanus shot might become necessary.
It can be easy to remember to keep dangerous chemicals, sharp objects, and other obviously hazardous materials away from small children. However, there are hundreds of minor risks around the home that mothers might not immediately realize. From scrapes and bites to splinters and even suffocation, it’s vital to keep a vigilant watch on your children – regardless of how safe a room or space might seem.
Whilst it is never possible to completely prevent your child from getting sick during the winter months, there are a number of things that you can do that will certainly help to prevent it. Most winter viruses are considered to be airborne, and so any close contact with somebody that is already sick could be enough to make your child sick this winter. There are a number of steps that you can take to help your child fight against illness this winter, keeping them as healthy as can be.
Preventing Child Sickness
It is almost certain that the majority of children will at least suffer from a slight cold this winter, but there are a number of things that you can do to help them in the best way possible:
Encourage your child not to touch their face
When a child touches their face, they could potentially be directing germs on their hands through the eyes or nose to their mucous membranes. To ensure that germs do not get absorbed into the bloodstream of your child, you could teach them to use a tissue or their sleeve when making contact with their face. It is also important that they use a tissue when sneezing or coughing, catching any germs and keeping themselves clean.
Keep your child’s hands clean
Washing their hands on a regular basis is a very effective way of reducing colds and the flu. By ensuring that your child regularly washes their hands with soap at the right times, such as after the toilet, before and after eating and even as soon as they return home, they will be preventing sickness. Any teachers or child minders should also be informed of this technique so that they can ensure it is followed through by your child.
Natural boosts to your child’s immune system
By giving your child natural foods and encouraging them to eat healthily, they will be getting the nutrients that they need, boosting their immune system. Along with healthy eating, a good amount of sleep is also the key to boosting the immune system, so plenty of sleep is also needed to prevent sickness in your child this winter.
What You should do if your Child Becomes Ill
It is inevitable that your child will attract a cold this winter, despite all of your efforts to prevent it from happening. Therefore, it is very important to know what to do when they do become ill, so that you can make them feel better and actually help them to become better as soon as possible.
Ensuring that your child washes their hands and blows their nose is important at all stages of the process. By keeping clean, not only is the spreading of germs minimised, but the ill feeling and any additional mucous produced by your child can also be reduced.
Ensure that your child gets some rest
Although it is typically a tough task to get your child to stay still, getting some rest really is exactly what they need. The more rest and sleep that your child gets, the sooner they will begin to feel better. If sleep and lying in bed becomes too difficult, they can also sit quietly on the sofa or at the table with a colouring book, a puzzle or just simply watching a film.
Give your child the right things to eat and drink
When a child is sick, they lose a significant amount of bodily fluids, particularly if they have a fever or diarrhoea. If this is the case, water, milk or juice can help to replenish their fluid levels. If they are not open to the idea of drinking a high amount of fluid, you could give them juicy fruits or ice pops to eat.
Despite there being no evidence that vitamin C can be used to prevent colds, there is proof that it can help to reduce the severity of the symptoms, helping to shorten the length of your child’s cold. Children should have no more than 500mg of vitamin C a day.
Make use of a humidifier
A humidifier can really help your child at night or during naps due to the moist air from the humidifier helping to thin your child’s mucous secretions, which will calm their cough and relieve congestion. By using a humidifier, their breathing can become easier which will help to make them feel much more comfortable and allowing them to get some rest.
Take good care of your child
When your child is ill, it is important to know exactly when to call the doctor, especially as some cases can lead to problems that require more complex treatment. If your child has ear or face pain, trouble breathing, a sore throat and fever combination, symptoms of dehydration or an extremely high body temperature, you should consider calling the doctor.
One thing that will certainly help your child to feel better is to take extra care and go the extra mile for them. By ensuring that they have everything that they need and taking the time to snuggle up together, you will be making your child feel much better.
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No matter where you live, you will see girls (and some boys!) of all ages walking around with hair colored in some of the most unusual tones. From bright neon colors to pale pastels, these are referred to as fantasy colors and are currently gaining in popularity. This is one trend which has been around for quite a while and it doesn’t look like it will be going anywhere anytime soon. If your teenager, or pre-teen, comes home insisting on a fantasy color, you should probably understand a little bit about what they are so that you can make the determination as to whether or not they are safe for your child.
How Old Is Your Child?
The first thing to consider is the age of your child. As your child grows, their hair texture and color will see significant changes. This is due to natural biological changes within the human body and obviously nothing to be concerned with. In fact, many parents love looking back at the different stages of their children’s development to see just how their kids have changed over the years. Hair is one of the changes most notable.
However, this leads to some concern when it comes to chemicals. Most cosmetologists will not use strong chemicals on pre-teens or younger for a number of reasons. In days gone by, perms were highly fashionable and many women attempted to give perms to little girls but with devastating effects. Hair would split and break and some kids looked more like a walk-on for a fright flick than a stylish little girl with curly hair. Remember, young hair is virgin hair and it may be very fragile. If you are going to let a pre-teen child use color, always opt for temporary products that will easily wash out within a few shampoos.
Short Hair Lends Itself Better to Temporary Color
Since you are advised not to bleach a child’s hair, short hair holds color better than long hair. It is easier to apply as well. You will also want to be aware of the natural color of your child’s hair. Light hair is easier to color than dark hair if you won’t be using peroxide to lift it. Today’s fashions seen on popular online magazines and blogs like My New Hair Styles show an increasing number of girls wearing styles like stacked bobs which can be colored around the contour or in layers in keeping with the stack. In either case, short to medium length hair is the ideal length for experimenting with fantasy colors.
Fantasy colors also tend to be safer for kids because of the danger chemicals pose to sensitive skin on the face and in the eyes, should the product drip down below the hairline. While it is never good to get any foreign substance in your eyes, fantasy colors are formulated with chemicals that aren’t overly harsh. This means they will pose less danger for a child than peroxide activated permanent or semi-permanent colors. Is it safe to use fantasy colors on your child? If you know what you are doing and the child is old enough, there should be no problems at all.
Do You Know What You are Putting into Your Body?
Food manufacturers and packers have obligations to provide certain information on their labels. But it is up to us to read it.
We’ve all been there. You get back from work with a thumping headache and a million things to do around the house. Open the kitchen cupboard, grab a couple of pain killers, slosh them down with a glass of water and wait for them to kick in so that you can do what you need to do.
So what was that you just ingested? The astonishing answer is that only three in ten of us have the vaguest idea about what we are putting into our bodies in these kinds of circumstances, even though the information is there for everyone to see on the printed labels. You don’t even need to delve into that little information sheet that everyone throws straight into the recycling.
A survey of 45 subjects was carried out by NPR, an American broadcaster that is well aware of the old adage that if you ask a silly question, you get a silly answer. A few months ago, they brought us the news that seven percent of adult Americans genuinely believe that chocolate milk comes from brown cows.
On this occasion, though, it is really no laughing matter. Tylenol is far and away the most popular painkiller in the USA. About 50 million Americans use it every week. Yet the majority have no idea what is in it.
A mere 31 percent knew that the active ingredient in Tylenol is acetaminophen. The majority of those surveyed thought it contained either ibuprofen or aspirin.
A similar study was carried out as part of a community survey by a pharmacist in Pennsylvania. This elicited identical findings, along with the even more alarming fact that less than 50 percent were able to identify the correct maximum daily dose of 4,000 mg.
Does it matter?
If consumers neither know nor care about what they are taking and the potential consequences, the results can prove deadly. Sadly, this is demonstrated in the Tylenol example, where almost half of all liver failures in the US are related to acetaminophen overdose.
Always read the label
The phrase itself sounds like something so obvious you should be telling it to your five year old, yet while it is easy to bash our friends from across the pond, intuitively, we know that if 70 percent of Americans know next to nothing about what they are putting into their bodies, the statistics for the UK are going to be there or thereabouts.
The food safety and labeling industries are putting more and more effort into providing meaningful and useful information, not just on over the counter drugs, but also on everything from chocolate bars to breakfast cereals and from smoothies to bottles of beer.
One thing they can’t do, however, is stand over us and make us read what is there. It behooves us all to be better informed about exactly what we are putting into ourselves and our children.
A family trip is a perfect opportunity to spend some quality time together and enjoy each other’s company, but there are a few things you might need to do when planning your vacation so that the time away is a great success.
Here are some tips to help you improve your chances of enjoying an amazing vacation that everyone will remember for all the right reasons, including why it helps to talk about your plans, a good mix and match strategy, plus a sensible idea to give everyone some space.
Get the kids involved
Unless you have very young children it is always a good idea to involve your children in the planning of your family trip.
There are various good reasons why that is a sensible strategy. When kids feel included in the planning stage of the trip they will have a much better understanding and appreciation of what’s involved and they get a chance to say what they would like to do while you are away.
The sense of anticipation and the chance to talk together about your plans can be the start of the bonding process that will continue into the holiday itself and by getting everyone involved you can quickly identify any potential issues before you finalize your plans.
Balancing everyone’s needs
A family trip has to be just that, a vacation that doesn’t just suit the interests and needs of one person but an adventure that manages to find a suitable balance between what everyone might want individually.
If you line up a holiday that doesn’t offer much for the kids in terms of entertainment and facilities that would not be a smart move, but equally, arranging a vacation that is solely focused on keeping the kids entertained is going to leave you as the parents feeling underwhelmed by the experience and wanting more.
Talk about all aspects of the trip as a family and if you are booking accommodation, like the Fairfield Inn and Suites Marriott, for example, and making plans for sightseeing trips while you are in the area, share the excitement and the anticipation with each other.
Leave some time in the day
Despite the fact that you are all going on a family trip you don’t have to spend every minute of the day with each other, especially if you have some different things you would like to do for part of the day.
If mom likes the idea of a relaxing morning spent at the hotel without rushing out of the door then there is no reason why you couldn’t schedule an adventure with dad taking the kids somewhere for the part of the day and then meeting up later.
As well as giving everyone a chance to get a bit of a mini-break you don’t have to feel that every part of the day has to be planned, or you could end up returning from the trip feeling like you haven’t rested at all.
As a parent, one of the big concerns you’ll have is how to keep your children safe at all times, especially when they’re young. It’s impossible to keep them safe all of the time. However, there are measures you can take that will make their lives safer and help you to protect them throughout their life. There are also things you can do if they have an accident that you’re unable to prevent beforehand, so here are some of the scenarios you should keep in mind.
Be Respectful of Animals
Depending on where you live, there will be animals and insects that can cause your children harm if they get too close. In most cases, being aware of your surroundings and respectful of an animal’s territory will be all they need to avoid getting an injury. It’s important to teach them that if they’re outside, they must take care in certain situations. In particular, snakes, spiders, and bees can cause the most harm, so you need to teach them about how to recognize them and where they may be hiding.
Keeping Them Safe in Public Areas
When you’re out with your children, you’re always aware of where they are and what they’re doing. However, in busy places such as malls, it can be difficult to keep your eye on them all the time. If you’re worried that they may become lost, you need to have a plan in place to minimize any chance. If you have young children, a good idea could be to have a strap or other harness that you can attach to your children. It would allow you to keep hold of them, especially if they like to run off and explore. For older children, you can always have a safe meeting place that you can all arrange. If they become lost, they can go there to wait for you. A good place is usually the information desk so that they can call you.
Making Sure They Stay with People You Trust
One of the most difficult things about parenting is being able to let them stay with other people. Your family are usually the first people you’ll let them stay with, however, if you hire a babysitter or nanny, the risk becomes slightly higher. Always try to choose someone who was recommended by someone you know. You may have other friends who use them and have found them to be reliable. If you’re still worried, you can always start off with just a little trip and then go out for longer periods as you feel more comfortable. Some parents have taken steps to install cameras when they’re away so that they can be extra sure everything is ok.
Teaching them to Call 911 in an Emergency
If there was ever to be an accident at home and one of the parents became hurt, it would be difficult for anyone to know. That’s why, if you have older children, they should be taught to dial the emergency services. Of course, they also have to be taught that it’s for emergencies only, but it could be of vital help if something serious happened. You also need to teach them your address and other contact details, or have them written down beside the phone, so they can tell the 911 team where the help is needed.
What to do if Your Child is Injured
Although parents do all they can to protect their children, there can sometimes be an accident that wasn’t the parent’s or child’s fault. Even though it’s a deeply difficult time, it’s important that you get your child the help they need as soon as possible. It’s a good idea to learn some basic first aid so that you can help them before the emergency services arrive. It’s also important to take down details of the accident. If they are injured by a third party, then you need to get their details in case you need to file a claim through a firm like Harrell and Harrell accident lawyers. If it was a car accident then that means the car and registration details, and if it was an animal then record the type of animal that injured them, especially if they were bitten by a snake or spider. Any information about what happened could be useful, so don’t worry about recording too much.
Parents should always make sure that their children are prepared and able to see the dangers ahead of them, and they should likewise be prepared for anything themselves. You shouldn’t spend your life worrying, but you do need to be able to act if the time comes and your help is needed.