11/3/2011
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Saved by the helmet
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Adults need helmets, too
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Children are safest riding rear facing.  Keep them rear facing as long as possible.  Porter, just before his second birthday, was still riding rear facing.  He was under the rear facing weight limit.
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Children are safest riding in the back seat, in size appropriate restraint systems
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Children really don’t understand how quickly and easily you can kill with a gun.  A gun safe with a combination you change frequently or with a key that you wear on your person at all times may afford better protect.  Better yet, reevaluate if you really want to have guns in your house with your children.  The child most likely to use your gun to kill themselves or someone else is your teenager—the child you are most likely to give access.