How to keep your kids safe when you're on holidays

Great podcasts for parents and carers

Tue 9 October 2018

14 mins

Sometimes traveling with small children can feel just too hard.

Carolyn Ziegler is a child safety expert and Product Development Director of Dreambaby.

She gives us some tips on how we can keep the little tackers safe, even when we’re in an unfamiliar environment.

Carolyn has spoken with Kinderling Conversation in the past about how to make the "most dangerous" rooms in your house safe for babies and toddlers. You can listen to that in the podcast or read by clicking through to our News section here.

You can find the products Carolyn mentioned over at the Dreambaby website.

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