Since the summer is here and we are out and about with soccer, play dates, park days, beaches and more,these are the things I do to keep her safe.
1. Prepping Ahead: When I enrolled my daughter with the soccer organization I made sure to read as much as I could about them. I knew exactly what was expected of me as a parent and my daughter as a team player. Weeks before her first class I explained to her what was going on during class and got her excited about it. I was pleased that the soccer coaches emailed us the songs and cheers so that my daughter would be familiar with them.
3. Sunscreen: Whenever we are going out I make sure to slather on some sunscreen. We use a baby sunscreen that is waterproof and tear-free so I never have issues with sweat and dripping sunscreen hurting my daughter's eyes.
4. On-the-Go First Aid Kit: I always have antibacterial spray, bandages, ointment, after bite spray and sanitizer in my mommy bag.
5: Having piece of mind with accidental and supplemental coverage: Accidents are bound to happen and more often if your child plays summer sports. Aflac can help make sure you are prepared for the unexpected. A study from Bankrate.com showed that when it came to unexpected expenses like emergency room visits, only 38% of those that took the survey could cover the bill with money they already had on hand. With Aflac I know that if I find myself in a situation like this they have me covered and I don't have to deplete our bank accounts and savings. This is also especially important for us as a family with one income. Aflac’s new One Day PaySM promise can process accident claims in just one day so you can help get help you need right away.
How do you keep your kids safe in the summer?