1. Jack
    October 14, 2010 @ 4:12 am

    Mr. Levinson,

    I am very impressed with your coverage of child gun safety. You wisely counsel gun-proofing children by discussing the difference between toys and real guns and admonition to leave the area if they see an unsupervised gun. These recommendations are clearly from the highly successful Eddie Eagle program. Safe gun storage is a parent’s responsibility, as is the responsibility of parents to have the best method of family protection available in case of direct physical threat. Thank you for your unbiased advice.


  2. Ken Levinson
    October 14, 2010 @ 7:14 pm

    Thanks for the feedback, Jack.

    I was actually unfamiliar with Eddie Eagle until now, but I’m glad to know that the NRA has a mascot like that.


  3. Lisa
    November 19, 2010 @ 5:00 pm

    Please update your CPR video or information; although it gives people an idea – AHA does no longer teach rescue breathing for infants/children for basic certification only CPR – Red Cross does however; try to find something with either 2005 or 2010 guidelines…. now there easier hand placement, 1 or 2 hands for CPR reasses after 2 min. for rescue breathing only…


    • Ken Levinson
      November 19, 2010 @ 6:15 pm

      Thank you, Lisa. I will search for a better video promptly.


  4. mandigit
    September 2, 2011 @ 10:53 am

    I really like the way you elaborated your No 10 point where you talked about the physically challenged children.Keep it up.


    • Ken Levinson
      September 2, 2011 @ 11:45 am

      Thank you! It is important that everyone stay safe, no matter their level of play.


  5. Best Baby Car Seat
    October 18, 2011 @ 3:25 pm

    This list is fabulous! I think that number 3 (household chemicals) is one of the most over-looked dangers and am really glad that you point this out here. Most parents I know don’t remember to keep their household cleaning products, e.g. in a child-proof space. No problem if children are very small, but once they start walking you have to take extra measures. I got scared once with my son and since then this has been a huge priority for me. Keep this great work up!


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