6 New Gadgets to Keep Kiddos Safe

These are new to us. Would they make you feel safer, or give you (and your kids) more to feel anxious about? You decide.

1) GPS tracker phone for kids

This kid-friendly cell phone lets you keep track of kiddo’s real time position by sending a text message to the tracker phone anytime you like. You can also set a geo-fence zone to alert you if your little guys venture beyond a certain area. And YOU set the numbers that can be called.


2) Babyglow

A color-changing onesie that lets you know if your precious one is running a fever. They come in blue, pink, or green and change to white if Junior’s temp rises above 99 F. Removes all the muss and fuss.  Ingenious … if it works.


3) Toothprints

Records individual tooth characteristics and tooth position, plus collects DNA in saliva- important information for identification. It is safe and easy to do in the privacy of your own home. Addresses one of the greatest fears of parents today — that their child will get lost or, worse yet, be abducted.


4) Peanut allergy tattoos

Kit contains “No Nuts Please!” Temporary Tattoos, Moisture Towelettes (for applying) and On-The-Go Alcohol Wipes (for removing). Perfect for school, camp, birthday parties, and play dates.


5) PG Key

Kid’s internet safety software plugs into any USB port to create a safe environment for using the internet. Responsible computer use is a must when the key is in place, shutdown occurs if it’s removed. Know where your child has been beyond a shadow of a doubt.


6) Ear Muffs by Banz

Protect those ears! These are all the rage since Drew Brees’ little guy was seen sporting them on the field after the Superbowl. Available in several colors and patterns, we’re fans.


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Ellen and Rachel are two old friends and “expert” mamas—one a pediatrician and one a family therapist—with fifty years of parenting experience between them.

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