NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Jun 18, 2014) - Melissa Gerstein, co-founder of TheMoms.com, shares some tips to help your family plan for a healthy summer.
Preparation and the right tools are key to a smoother and safer roadtrip. Most families travel by car when going on vacation and Evenflo's new Platinum Symphony All-in-One car seat keeps kids safe and comfortable with Outlast Performance Fabrics This technology, developed at NASA, actually regulates your child's body temperature so your baby or toddler stays comfortable during all kinds of weather. They also have this great buckle pocket where you can tuck the buckle away out of the sun -- so your child doesn't get burned by the metal.
Summertime is a popular time for potty training but accidents can ruin a perfect summer outing and can certainly make for an uncomfortable car ride. Pampers Easy Ups are coming to the rescue. They absorb 25 percent more than the leading brand AND provide better leak protection. They also feel more like real underwear and come in fun Dora the Explorer and Go, Diego, Go prints that toddlers love. No need to lug around extra diapers and clothes this summer because you will experience uninterrupted summer fun thanks to Pampers Easy Ups!
Save where you can and a great place to start is breakfast. Try Malt-O-Meal brand cereals, they are delicious AND affordable so you can save money without compromising quality. Your whole family will love these great flavors, in fact a recent taste test showed that many people prefer certain varieties of this brand over similar Post Cereal flavors.
Sun care is so important when you're outdoors -- whether you're taking the kids to the pool or playing outside. Walgreens helps make it easy and convenient to protect the entire family, especially your little ones against harmful UV rays. From natural and organic coverage to sports formulas and protection just for kids, they have sun care products from all your favorite brands.
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