It Your Day, Dads

Written by former CEO & President, Kate Carr.

Last month we paid tribute to our moms by sharing some wonderful memories. Well, dads, now it’s your turn.

I think my dad is a superhero, even at age 85. Growing up, I thought he was the smartest, most handsome father and I always felt so proud of him and what he did.

Teen Driver Video

What teen passengers and drivers think.

White House Sports Summit

Yesterday I had the honor of attending the White House Healthy Kids and Safe Sports Concussion Summit with President Obama. Why is this issue so important that the President hosted a summit? Too many kids are being kept from playing the games they love because of injuries that we can predict and prevent.

Call 911 if you see a child alone in a car.

Have you ever wondered if your actions can really make a difference? Last summer in Houston, Jason Nordman was walking in the parking lot outside an office building and spotted a baby crying in a car seat alone in a car. The windows were cracked a few inches and the doors were locked.

Kate Carr's Mom

Written by former CEO & President, Kate Carr.

Mother’s Day is here and it’s a perfect time to pay tribute to all the moms who have done so much to help us grow into the people we are today.

Mother and Baby Share a Kiss

Written by former CEO & President, Kate Carr.

Becca and her son Thomas who was injured in a window fall

Written by former CEO & President, Kate Carr.

This may seem counterintuitive for a parent to even consider, but how much safety is too much? Where do we draw the line between keeping our kids safe and giving them the autonomy to explore?

The truth is, we can do both.

Recycle your TV to keep your kids safe

Written by former CEO & President, Kate Carr.

On April 3, 2012, shortly after dinner, a beautiful, curious 2-year-old little girl named Chance was playing around in her house. While running back and forth between bedrooms, she yelled to her mom, "I love you, mama." Her mom, Keisha, replied, "I love you too, Chance."

Halloween Kids

Written by former CEO & President, Kate Carr.
This post originally appeared on The Huffington Post.

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