Safety

What You Need to Know About Children’s Product Recalls

Oaklee’s guest post by Carson Gaffney, Program Associate for Kids In Danger, a Chicago-based nonprofit dedicated to improving children’s product safety.  Recall FAQ: Everything you need to know about children’s product recalls Product recalls are one public safety tool used to get and keep dangerous products out of consumers’ homes. But what... Read More

5 Tips to Keep Kids Safe While Traveling

Oaklee’s guest post by Nancy Cowles, Executive Director for Kids In Danger, a Chicago-based nonprofit dedicated to improving children’s product safety. Check their website for safety information and the latest product recalls.  Whatever the holiday season has in store for your family, if you will be traveling with your children,... Read More

Top 6 Cars for Infant Car Seats

Child Passenger Safety Week starts on Sept. 18 in 2016. The goal is to educate parents and caretakers about the importance of car seat safety for infants and young children. The team at Cars.com has done some investigating and identified the best cars for car seat installation. Here are... Read More

Ditch that, get this—Spring Cleaning

Oaklee’s guest post by Laura Nikolovska, Program Director for Kids In Danger, a Chicago-based nonprofit dedicated to improving children’s product safety. Spring means warmer weather, flowers begin to bloom, and spring cleaning! The spring season is a great time to take a look at what you have and get rid... Read More

Non-Toxic Spring Cleaning Solutions

Spring is the time to clean and refresh. Here are two of our favorite go-to non-toxic pantry items that keep the house smelling clean and springtime fresh. All Purpose Cleaner This easy-to-mix, all-purpose cleaner works on most surfaces. It’s great on kitchen countertops and floors to remove sticky fingerprints. It’s... Read More