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Every day and every so often things to do and check before heading out with a child in the car. Make these part of your routine to have peace of mind on the road.
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Driving with a toddler is like rolling the dice. Maybe they’ll sleep. Maybe they’ll sing. Maybe they’ll scream bloody murder. To drive with a toddler successfully is to be a Boy Scout, which is to always be prepared. It’s not as if you won’t actually get from Point A to Point B without these five MORE »
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