Posted on Apr 19 2008 - 10:08pm by Christine
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April 22nd is Earth Day – so we’ve put together a list of simple but effective ways in which YOU can help safeguard our environment for generations to come. Make your own baby food! (Chances are – if you’re reading this – you’re a homemade baby food chef already!). Buying commercially prepared baby food involves getting through...

Hip Charm key chains are being recalled after a 9 month old baby, who was seen mouthing one of the chains, was found to have high blood-lead levels. The key chain (pictured below) has various charms, including a button, leaf, clover, sand dollar and a heart. The chain is silver colored and the UPC of #31568 11017, along with the words “Hip charm”, are...

At last it seems that concerns over BPA are being taken seriously by those in a position to ban its use. The Government of Canada has announced today that it will be completing a ‘risk assessment’ of bisphenol A (BPA) and embarking upon a 60 day public comment period (effective tomorrow) on whether polycarbonated baby bottles containing BPA should be...

The ingredients used to make ‘grown up’ cheesecakes are not ideal for baby – but our Itty Bitty Cheesecakes are just perfect! They’re nice and soft and make a fabulous finger food for independent little diners who like to feed themselves! Here’s what you’ll need… 1oz (1/8 cup) baby’s favourite fruit puree (we like...

Western Rider Push Toys are being recalled because surface paints used on the toy’s glove, shirt and pants are too high in lead. The push toy (pictured below) is a plastic horse with a rider and a 20-inch long pole/handle. The horse comes in a variety of colours and the rider has a green shirt and red pants. These toys were sold for between $2.50 and $3 from...