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    Jump for Joy "Keeping Baby Safe" on the Today Show

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    Baby-products that can be dangerous.
    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/23693290/

    I'm SOOOO happy they're doing this bit on tv - baby-safety products that can actually be dangerous!
    Finally - people are seeing the false-safety in some of these things enough to actually say something.

    Some of us parents have learned the hard way: I've had the ties break on bumpers and the bumper was pulled over the sleeping baby's head. I've had the kids pick the safety-plugs out of sockets and chew on them.
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    I read all that in my Parents Mag. Its good info for mommies!
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    its pretty interesting to hear somethings they say.
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    I agree with the false sence of security. Face it, they are just helping the job we are to be doing. My DS was 1.5 and put a metal wrench in a electrical socket. He did learn from that one but scared me. By the time he was 2.5 he pulled all those little plastic thing out and in al lthe time. I learned to watch him.
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    #5
    same items were in the parents magazine

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