Michigan Moms Need Babyproofing Help

Is your house babyproofed? I’ve been asked by several families with new babies lately if I have any tips for baby proofing. There are SO many different tips, I decided to link a great article with extensive proofing information. There are different things you need to take a look at depending on how old your children are. Infants can’t walk yet and get onto tables, but they sure can roll over and grab things on the floor!

Please take a look at Expertise.com’s article for information on making your home as safe as possible for your family!

This information is also great for babysitters, nannies, Grandma’s, neighborhood kids, and family members to be aware of when working with other people’s children.

Thanks for reading, and safe proofing!

Lena (Owner of Perfect Nanny Match)

http://www.expertise.com/home-and-garden/baby-proofing-and-child-safety-guide

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Farmington/Farmington Hills Schools Have Second Snow Day of 2013

Winter Storm Closes Farmington Public, Private Schools Friday
Scores of school districts in southeast Michigan closed on Friday, after a heavy overnight snowfall – and more snow is on the way.
By Joni Hubred-Golden Email the author 5:31 am

Farmington Public Schools students have their second snow day of 2013, as a wintry weather mix dumped about four inches of snow over the metro area overnight.

Our Lady of Sorrows School is also closed. Schoolhouse Montessori Academy announced on Facebook that all of its schools will be closed Friday. All Oakland Community College campuses, include Orchard Ridge in Farmington Hills, are closed today, according to the school’s Facebook page. Wayne State University’s Oakland Center campus in Farmington Hills is closed today.

More wet, heavy snow is expected through Friday morning, as the area remains under a winter weather advisory, according to the National Weather Service. Snow covered and icy roads have led to multiple accidents, and more than 400 schools in Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties closed for the day, according to local television station reports.

Today’s high is expected to reach 31 degrees.

Check with Farmington-Farmington Hills Patch’s Commute page to find out how traffic moving along the roads you take to work.

-From Farmington Patch

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