No, it’s not sleep.
If your answer wasn’t SAFETY, it might be because you’re sleep deprived… But, I’ll help you with that later.
Did you know, that one of the first things we teach our little babies about, although inadvertently at first, is car seat safety? Teaching experiences start off with our example, provision and protection.
Often times, we parents are learning right alongside our babies! There’s no better way to learn than by having fun. Right?
So, mark your calendars, order your tickets, and bring your babies and kiddos to join me and a ton of fabulous celebrity #SafetyGeeks and their little ones at the baby and toddler safety event of the year….
The RedCARpet Safety Event, hosted by celebrity parent, Ali Landry, Saturday, Sept. 24th at the Commissary at Sony Pictures Studios in Los Angeles
Use promo code: JENNIJUNE for $5 off a ticket! www.celebrityredcarpetevent.com
If you can tear your kids away from all the fun activities, stop by my booth for sleep safety tips and product giveaways! Because lack of sleep has serious consequences at home, in the workplace, at school, and on the roadways!
“Like alcohol and drugs, sleep loss or fatigue impairs driving skills such as hand-eye coordination, reaction time, decision-making, and judgment,” CHP Commissioner Joe Farrow said. “Drowsy driving can be just as dangerous as driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs.”
The warning signs of drowsy driving:
- Yawning, blinking, or rubbing your eyes frequently
- Difficulty remembering the past few miles driven
- Missing your exit
- Drifting from your lane
- Trouble keeping your head up
- Hitting a rumble strip
- Feeling restless and irritable
If you experience any of these warning signs, pull over to a safe location to rest or change drivers. Simply turning up the radio or opening the window is not an effective way to keep you alert.
Then contact Jenni June for information for sleep training help!