New York, NY (PRWEB) August 8, 2007
In an upcoming episode of the award winning television series, Real Moms, Real Stories, Real Savvy, moms discuss the topic of bath time safety with fellow moms and experts.
"Bath time safety is imperative when looking after children -- what should be a fun environment could easily turn into a dangerous one," says Lisa Taylor, one of the executive producers and mother of two. The episode airs on public television just weeks after a Brooklyn teenage mother was arrested and charged for reckless endangerment in the abandonment of her 11-month-old child. The mother had left her daughter, in a full bathtub while leaving the baby's 2-year-old aunt in charge. Stepping away for only moments to stir the rice for dinner, tragedy ensued. When returning after what was reportedly only 5 minutes, the 11 month old was lying face-up in the water and wasn't moving
Keep your kids out of harms way is essential during bath time. Never leave your child unattended even for a moment. Tune in and watch Real moms, Real Stories, Real Savvy™ to receive expert advice and up-to-date tips on keeping your baby safe during bath-time.
"Real Moms" airs Nationally on Public Television Stations (check local listings). It airs in New York on WLIW, Channel 21: Fridays at 2:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 7 a.m.
About "Real Moms, Real Stories, Real Savvy":
"Real Moms, Real Stories, Real Savvy" is an award-winning series made for Public Television. The content spans from Pre-Conception to Pre-K for both new and expectant parents with important social, life-style and health and wellness information. The series is supported by a community site at http://www.realsavvymoms.com featuring blogs, forums videos and the highly popular "Ask an Expert" section.
The series is produced by Morphogenix, LLC. 'An Evolution in Brand Communications'. http://www.mgxmedia.com