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Instagram Hallloween Contest

Costumes. Candy. Spooky stories. Ghoulish games. These are some of the many reasons kids look forward to Halloween every year. And as adults, we look forward to seeing our kids adorably dressed up as witches and wizards, vampires and zombies, fairies and superheroes – and anything else they can imagine.

We want to see the creative ways you’ve incorporated visibility into your child’s costume! Share a photo of your kids’ flashing, glowing or reflecting costume to show us how you’re keeping them safe this Halloween, and you will be entered for a chance to receive a $50 Amazon gift card.

Child tipping over an unsecured TV

It’s that time of year again – the season to enjoy festive meals with family and friends, deck the halls with colorful trimmings and put together your holiday wish list.

Doug Myers runs in the Marine Corp Marathon for Safe Kids

Did you hear the story about the CFO who became a superhero?

safe kids capitol day

Thanks so much to everyone who turned out earlier this week for Safe Kids Capitol Day! The event, hosted by Safe Kids Worldwide and the co-chairs of the Congressional Kids’ Safety Caucus, highlighted preventable injuries, the number one killer of kids in the U.S.

Teen driver behind the wheel

This week is National Teens “Don't Text and Drive” Week so it’s a perfect time to remind the teens (and adults) in your life that texting and driving can be a deadly combination.

Did you know that traffic crashes are the leading cause of death for American teens?  

Baby in high chair ready for the holidays

Over the river, through the woods, down the highway and off on a plane we go. Holiday travel season is here and it’s an extra special one for me because it’s my baby’s first Thanksgiving. Not only are we travelling to Grandma’s house, but we’re off to aunts’, uncles’ and cousins’ houses as well – at least I don’t have to do the cooking this year.

Winston

This is the first installment of our New Moms blog series.  Check back periodically to read about the real life stories from the moms at Safe Kids.

Sometimes kids bounce and sometimes they don’t.  My son, Winston, is proof. I've lost count of how many times he's fallen really hard -- and he's only 3 years old

WDR Logo

Sunday, November 17, is the World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. For many people around the world, it’s a time to remember the children and adults who have been killed or injured in road crashes. For me, it’s a time to remember all the reasons I’m so passionate about the work I do.

Capitol Day Kids

Did you know that the "zip" in "zipcode" means “zoning improvement plan” or that every day 200 billion M & Ms are sold in the United States?

The good thing is that we don't need to know those things.

Alana Juteau

In elementary school, there were few things I dreaded more than running.

Let me put it this way: One year, our French class of four kids (everyone else chose to take Spanish) was required by our teacher to get up in front of the entire school and sing “Aux Champs Elysees.” That song haunts me to this day, and I still would take that over the mile run in school.

Halloween Kids

This post originally appeared on The Huffington Post.

About two weeks ago, a 5-year-old boy named Liam ran out of his house around dusk to show off his Halloween costume to all the neighborhood kids.

"Look at me," Liam yelled with pride.

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