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  • One recall yesterday (for lead)

    If you think the following item might be in your house, click through to the CPSC press release for additional pictures and more info:

    American Greetings Corp. Recalls Confetti Bursts Due to Violation of Lead Paint Standard

    If you haven’t already done so, I encourage you to sign up for email notification of recalls at the CPSC web site.


    1. Clean ClutterFree Simple says:

      Will it ever end? Thanks for the reminder about the CPSC web site…going over there now to sign up!

    2. I don’t have young children, thank goodness. You guys have so much to worry about these days! (Not to mention the fact your kids can’t bring birthday cupcakes to school any more.)
      Hey, thanks for the anniversary greeting over on my blog! That was so sweet!

    3. Pennies In My Pocket AKA Melody says:

      Its hard enough being a worry wart when you’re a 1st time parent … I’m paranoid with every single thing that goes in my baby’s mouth now and I’m not usually the paranoid type. I even worry about the baby spoons!

      Thanks for the heads up!

    4. Chief Family Officer says:

      I agree, there’s so much to worry about! It’s frustrating that even if you do your very best, you could be harming your child without realizing it. For what it’s worth, I don’t let Tyler put anything painted in his mouth. I also have a little bit of breathing room since I had Alex tested for lead a few months ago and he was fine.