Infants and toddlers under the age of 2 should not participate in downhill sledding or tobogganing, even as a passenger accompanied by an adult. The risks are many for a fragile young child of that age. It is better to take your child for rides by pulling them on a sled or snow disk on flat ground. Once your child is old enough to participate in downhill sledding they should be closely supervised by you until about the age of 6 or 7. You should also teach them the proper safety rules for sledding.
December 21, 2007
June 20, 2007
No more unsafe reaching! CareRails is a new toddler safety handrail, designed to help little hands grip better and prevent tumbles down the stairs. The CR100 attaches directly to an existing handrail, and the CR200 attaches to existing stairway spindles. They both provide a lower height rail for kids to comfortably and safely grip when using the stair.