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Pelham's invention in action. Courtesy of ezbabysaver.com.
Igor July 2, 2014 at 04:53 pm
How about you pay attention. Course maybe if the baby was shaped like a cell phone (they never seemRead More to forget those).
Ellen R Majewski July 11, 2014 at 03:56 am
Already this summer there are far too many incidents of children and pets being left to die in hotRead More cars. Make a statement. Be alert. Let others know that this negligence is unacceptable. Buy a shirt, form a team, grab your friends and volunteer some time to do a car check the next time you are in a hot parking lot. Bring a hammer or crowbar just in case. This is a two tier project. First, preorder your t-shirt, tank top or hoody at http://teespring.com/windowbreaker T-shirt sales goal = 50 shirts in 20 days. For those who not familiar with teespring. com, pre-order your shirt on reserve. When the goal of 50 shirts is met or exceeded, shirts will be shipped to you by the company. If the goal is not met, the order is cancelled and no money is charged to you or your credit card. Proceeds from shirt sales will be reinvested to purchase bumper stickers that will be available locally and online. Bumper stickers will spread the message to a greater audience and remind the ignorant that we are paying attention - even if they are not! It is our moral obligation to protect those who cannot protect themselves. There comes a time when we are called to act. The time to act is now before another victim headlines the news. Will you choose to be part of the answer? I did. I ordered my shirt last night. Join this worthwhile cause TODAY! Please share
Craig Zac July 16, 2014 at 11:09 am
Great idea and kudos to this kid who invented this but this poor kid is in for a rude awakening whenRead More some moron tries to sue him because he put it in his car and it broke or fell off and the person didn't get reminded that his baby was in the car and it died. Sorry but this is the society we have raised!
KC May 8, 2012 at 05:04 pm
Terrell and my son, Nick, played football ever since we can remember, they were on the Collins HillRead More High School football team together, and Terrell was such a fun, loving, and team player. Terrell's death came as a shock to my son, the team, the Collins Hill community, and many others. When Tracy began a program called Heart Screen for Teens, we signed Nick up to get checked. Our younger son was beginning 8th grade football, and I asked the nurse if he should come with Nick. She said 'yes, it is for 13 to 18 years old'. Nick's EKG test came back excellent, but our 13 yr old son's came back with a problem, and we were to follow up with a Pediatric Cardiologist. We made that appointment immediately, and we found out that our son has Bicuspid Aortic Valve Disease. This is a condition he was born with, and in all the years he has played sports and had physicals this condition was NEVER detected. God Bless Tracy Wilson and her programs for Teens in honor of Terrell. We are forever thankful for her saving our son's life and making us more aware of the heart issues amoung teens.
Steve Burns May 8, 2012 at 07:42 pm
Thanks, KC.
Dani DuBois June 23, 2012 at 07:48 pm
I'll never forget my Godson, he was the greatest kid you could ask for.. RIP lil man.. Mommie willRead More make a difference because of the blessed life God let us borrow for just a lil while! Danielle DuBois-Matthews
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