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Safety 1st: Tuesday #gno Twitter Party on Safe Family Travel

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The holidays are quickly approaching which means that many of us will be hitting the roads or skies to spend time with family and friends. For some, that might mean antsy, crying kids who keep asking, "Are we there yet?" every five minutes. Does the thought of this stir up a little anxiety? Traveling with the family doesn't have to be a struggle. When it comes to family travel, it's important to think about safety precautions, especially when traveling with children.

Wherever your travels take you, the transportation part of the trip is the time when you need to be the most cautious. Stepping out of our daily routine often means that your children will behave differently. If your family plans on packing up the car and driving to your destination, it's important to buckle up your children and yourself safely and correctly, especially if the road trip lasts for hours upon hours. Planning ahead will allow you to sit back, relax and enjoy the ride.

Party Topic

Join Safety 1st and our panel of experts, including the Manager of Traffic Safety Programs with AAA, as we discuss ways to travel safely with the family. The party will be held on Tuesday, November 16 from 9-11 ET (8CT, 7MT, 6PT). Click here to see details about Safety 1st's Prize Pack Giveaway and enter for a chance to win.

Party Details

RT @MomItForward - Join @Safety_1st #gno Twitter party on Tue 11/16 (9-11 pm ET) 2 chat family travel http://bit.ly/aS5FpC PLS RT

Note: Mom It Forward accepts paid sponsorships for most #gno Twitter parties. During the parties, brand sponsors provide tips, techniques, expert advice, and information on party topics. Mom It Forward is grateful for the giveaway prizes, coupons, and discounts that sponsors also provide to the Mom It Forward community in conjunction with #gno Twitter parties.

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