Safety 1st Convertible Car Seat Overview

My best friend just had a baby girl and honored me by making me God Mother. I couldn’t be more thrilled!!! As God Mother and a CPST, It was my duty and pleasure to make sure the baby was traveling safely and I installed the car seat 2 weeks prior to her arrival.

We have installed hundreds of car seats over the years. Baby Bodyguards is known to be big fans of Britax and the Graco Snugride. My friend had received the Safety 1st OnBoard Air Infant Seat as a gift and it was my first time installing one of those bad boys. I have to admit I had my doubts about liking the seat. I have never really been a big fan of Safety 1st products and was skeptic of the new “air protect” technology. Needless to say I am a big girl and can admit when I am wrong. I happened to really like the seat. It’s good quality, easy to install and lightweight.

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This year’s WordCamp is coming to life!  To keep everything fresh for 2017, we have an all new website.

to reserve the weekend of September 23rd and 24th for WordCamp Wilmington 2017!

And, stay on top of the latest news by visiting our new website….

What a successful and fun event the inaugural WordCamp Wilmington turned out to be.  We knew once we were accepted to plan a WordCamp in the Wilmington area that we were going to face some obstacles.  For those of you who have never planned a WordCamp, they ask you have at least 4 – 6 months to plan the event.  Once our application was accepted back around August we knew we would be competing with other area events.  After a committee vote we decided to host WordCamp the first weekend in November.  This gave our volunteers only 3 months to put together a successful event.

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World’s Smallest Folding Stroller!

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A Survival site with a UK bias

In my real life role I work in IT. I’ve worked for several companies on several different projects including Disaster Recovery and Contingency Planning and one of the most consistent risks was that very few of them have ever tested their contingency plans and tested them as if it was a real disaster. They can spend hundreds of man hours writing these plans and testing them on paper but nothing beats a real live test which shows some simple and fundamental errors. I had one instance on a government site where they had full marks for the DR plans, all the boxes ticked you see, and when I eventually talked them into testing it over a bank holiday we fell over on the first hurdle because the security guards would only let authorised personnel access the classified backup tapes and they were all off outside normal working hours. The plan had the simple milestone of ‘Back up tapes will be delivered from offsite. Ring XXXX to arrange delivery.’ As you can imagine that went down well and it isn’t unusual most backup plans fall over when tested for the first time on silly things. I have several more examples but you get the picture.

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