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Top Survival Tips for Winter Storms!

February 01, 2016

It’s that time of the year again where storm after storm keeps hitting the U.S. with what seems to be endless snow on the East Coast and flooding from the drought on the West Coast. During #WinterStorm Juno, New York State Governor Cuomo even issued a state of emergency and ordered everyone to stay off of the streets and to stay indoors. I don’t think the snowboarders took him seriously but I think we should.  Severe weather, closed roads and dangerous conditions are a serious risk and not only to those on the streets but also to the emergency workers who do an amazing job trying to help people during an emergency. My wife is a nurse and believe me,... Continue Reading →

Winter Prep Checklist

January 13, 2016

Winter is officially here, are your prep kits up to date? Make sure your kits have what you and your family need to survive the cold winter months should an emergency or disaster take place. We created a checklist to help you as you customize your home and car preparedness kits, take a look and stay safe!   ❏ Emergency Water ❏ Emergency Food ❏ LED Flashlight ❏ First aid kit ❏ Multi Use Pocket Knife ❏ Mylar Space Blankets ❏ Emergency Weather Ponchos ❏ Emergency Body Warmers ❏ Glow-sticks for emergency lighting   The above items and more can be found inside of our 1, 2 and 4-Person Premium Disaster Preparedness Kit   Special needs/Elderly ❏ Medications and special items such... Continue Reading →

Stay Safe This Christmas Day

December 25, 2015

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from First My Family! Here are some safety tips for the entire family on this very special holiday- stay safe! 1.   Holiday Lighting If you’re like many families in the U.S., you have holiday lighting in and outside your home. Be sure to unplug those lights when you leave your home or go to bed. 2.  Outdoors It’s great to play outdoors on Christmas Day. But whether you live in a snowy place or not, make sure you and your kids are dressed appropriately- sweaters and scarfs are a must if it’s chilly! 3.   Toy Safety Many little ones’ toys may contain tiny and or sharp particles. To avoid choking or other toy-related... Continue Reading →