How to Keep You and Baby Safe During a TornadoMolly Thornberg
Where I live in Texas is in what is known as tornado alley.
A few weeks ago when the North Texas area was hit with a series of tornadoes – I experienced having to take care of a baby and toddler in the midst of the storm. The husband was at work. Our 2 older kids were in lock down at their elementary school. Needless to say, it was an adventure. Thankfully, we only have to do this duck and cover move to safety thing once to twice a year.
Protecting you and your baby during this bad weather season can be scary – but it ultimately your responsibility. Here are a few tips on how to stay safe during bad weather.
Learn How to Stay Safe with Baby During a Tornado
Stay safe. Tornados are violent and scary but by taking the proper precautions you can typically avoid injury to you and your baby. Unfortunately I can’t say the same for your house.
image source: Dallas Morning News
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