Wilkins Moms Circle of Trust

One of the things that turn Moms into paranoid creatures is the worry about our children's safety. We worry about everything and when I say everything, I mean everything. We worry about the food our children eat, we worry about the places they go to, the stuff surrounding them, and we worry about the water they drink.

Like I said, we worry about everything.

Thankfully, Wilkins understands this and so when they invited me over to be part of the Wilkins Moms Circle of Trust, I made sure that I would be able to attend. I wanted to learn more on how I can better protect B and also wanted to share some of the things that I have learned in the 10 years I have been a Mother.

Last October 26, Wilkins Distilled Water, as part of moms’ Circle of Trust, invited moms from the media to join an intimate but interactive brunch where they learned do-it-yourself safety hacks from other trusted expert moms using materials that are easily accessible from their own homes.
From the tips below you will learn that a quick visit to a hardware store or the nearest supermarket can save moms from a nerve-wracking trip to the hospital. Here are just some of the tips shared with the moms during the Wilkins event that you yourself can try at home:
  • .      Scout the Territory. The first step is to take a child’s eye view of your home. Get down on your knees to see for yourself what’s within reach, what looks tempting, and what could be dangerous for your kids.
  • .      Cushion Sharp Edges and Soften Up Corners. Invest on furniture edge guards and corner protectors; foam pipe insulations for instance are easily available at hardware stores. When your child starts running around the house, you’ll be thankful you brought that extra protection.
  • .      Keep Window Cords Up High. Loop and tie window cords to keep them out of reach of children, but not too high that you can’t lower the shade all the way down.
  • .      Duct Tape on Power Outlets. Cover reachable openings with duct tape or band aid to avoid the risk of electrocution.

When B was an infant until he was 3 years of age, I only let him drink Wilkins because it was the safest water I knew of and it was recommended by his pedia and other Moms. I'm so glad that Wilkins existed because I kept worrying about LBM and other diseases caused by unclean water.

Wilkins is one of the few brands that I trust with my son's health and so I'm really happy to be part of this. I trust Wilikins and you should too.

For more info on how to keep your family safe, visit the Wilkins Facebook page at facebook.com/WilkinsDistilledDrinkingWater today.

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