Thursday, April 28, 2011

Convertible Cribs- Smart Choice In A Baby Crib Today

A baby crib is one of the most essential items needed for a new baby, yet can also be the most expensive. Many times a baby crib can only be used for a couple of years before needing to purchase a bed for your child. Because of this you may not get your money's worth from that purchase alone. That is why so many new parents find themselves purchasing a convertible crib or convertible cribs to welcome their little one home. It is the most practical and cost effective decision for new parents today.
A convertible crib is a baby crib that grows with your child by converting into different types of beds, including a toddler bed, daybed or full-size bed. Not only does a convertible crib  grow alongside your child, but it also helps your pocket book since no new furniture will need to be purchased. It is truly a smart decision!
Dream on Me’s priority is providing convertible cribs and baby cribs that will keep your child safe during sleep and play.  With all the recent developments concerning drop side rail cribs it is important that you know your baby crib or convertible cribs is a safe one.  Dream on Me exceeds all CPSC and JPMA regulations as well as ASTM voluntary standards on all products. These are important and  should be present upon purchase of any convertible crib or baby crib. A parent must have this peace of mind that there child will be safe at all times in their baby crib or convertible crib.

The Dream On Me convertible crib and baby cribs are constructed of solid pine wood and have beautiful non-toxic finishes. Convertible cribs , a convertible crib is  a smart choice in baby cribs for parents. A convertible crib, convertible cribs grow with the child making for years of utilization. Dream On Me offers 4 in 1 convertible cribs  as well as other convertible crib options. 

The Dream on Me Eden, 4 in 1 Convertible Crib , featured in this blog is one of the  top of the line simple elegance cribs. It is a multifunctional piece of nursery furniture that will accommodate years of your child's growth.  It is a timeless piece of furniture and makes a real statement. When functioning as a crib it features a non drop side rail system for the safety of your baby. It provides an adjustable 2 position mattress support that accommodates any standard size crib mattress or a Dream On Me crib mattress (sold separately if needed) can be utilized. When in the toddler bed position, it is just the right height for your child to climb in and out safely, safety guard rail for added security. For an instant daybed simply remove the safety guard rail and your toddler bed transitions instantly. The final and fourth stage for your growing toddler is utilizing the crib sides as a head and footboard for an attractive and sturdy full size bed. (Bed rails and full size mattress not included).  Made of solid Pinewood the Non-toxic finish is available in Black, Cherry, Espresso, Natural and White and looks beautiful in any decor.  All tools and instructions for easy assembly are included.  JPMA Certified. Go to to see all of the available colors and finishes in this bed style. Also visit to see more of the Dream On Me convertible cribs available at Toddler Bed And More.                                                                                                                                 

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Stages of Speech For Toddlers

Having your child finally start to speak is one of the first milestones for a toddler. Their speech may not sound like much at first, but it is a step towards communication. Language development starts to occur gradually over time when toddlers interact with adults, and it's a very natural process. We as parents are the most influential people when it comes to teaching our toddlers how to speak. Your children will look at you when you speak and try to imitate the sounds. One of the best ways to help your toddler's speech development is to talk to them. There are plenty of times when my toddler is speaking to me, he's 14 months, in his own language and I have a conversation with him. Even though I don't understand him, I'm still helping him to develop his speech.
Reading is another great activity that parents can do with their toddlers to help speech development. Introducing your child to books at this stage helps prepare them for preschool. And the key here is to set some time aside everyday and read to your toddler.Toddlers will learn speech at different rates, some faster than others. But the important thing is that it should be a steady development.

Here is a list of milestones a toddler will reach given his age.

Starting at 12 months. Most toddlers will be babbling in their own language. Parents and close relatives will be able to understand them, but to everyone else it is just babbling. They will have a 1-5 word vocabulary and can point to their nose, ears or other body part. At this age toddlers will start to understand the power of communication. An example of this is your child asking to be picked up to reach something they can't.

Starting at 18 months. Toddlers at this age will have about a 100 word vocabulary, most of which will be items your toddler uses and sees such as a spoon, car, cup, etc. Keep in mind most of the words will be unclear, but they will all have meaning. They will start joining words together and be able to say their name.

Starting at 24 months. Your toddler at this age will have a greater vocabulary and will start to learn how to regulate his volume when speaking. They will start to understand what "I", "me" and "want " mean, and be able to answer simple questions like "Are you hungry?", or "Do you want water?"

This is only a brief list of the milestones your toddler will achieve. Furthermore, all children are different, so the rates at which they achieve them, will vary.

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Monday, April 25, 2011

Bed For Toddler, Toddler In Bed & Beds Toddler With Storage Drawers

The Dream On Me "Mission Collection" Style bed for toddler, toddler in bed has a tasteful modern flat panel design. It has a design that is low to the floor providing for easy getting in and out of beds toddler, for your toddler. It features two safety guard bed rails. Many colors to choose from in beautiful non-toxic finishes. A great storage area underneath provides for storing clothing , blankets, shoes, etc. The perfect transition for beds toddler when moving from the crib to bed for toddler.Takes a standard crib mattress (sold separately) if needed. Shipped with all tools necessary for easy assembly. JPMA Certified and meets ASTM standards. Dimensions: 53.5L x 29W x 27.5H inches

A beautifully crafted day beds toddler design, the Dream On Me Toddler Day Bed w/ Storage Drawer is a durable solid wood toddler bed for toddler. Makes for a classy addition to your toddlers room. It is built with low to the floor design plus has the security of a safety rail to prevent accidental falls.  It includes a roomy storage drawer underneath the bed for great extra storage area for blankets, books, toys, etc. The wooden mattress support  is there so NO need for a box spring.  This bed accommodates a Dream On Me crib mattress, sold separately, if needed. Made for children 18 mos to 5 years old up to 50 lbs. All tools for easy assembly included.  JPMA Certified and meets ASTM standards.Dimensions: 54.5L x 30W x 28.5H inches. 

The Dream On Me Sleigh Toddler Bed features a large storage drawer and is beautifully crafted in a sleigh style design. This bed for toddler bed is built of solid hard wood and has a non-toxic finish. Bed provides safety through two safety guard rails , allowing for peace of mind and security. The  wooden mattress support rails will provide durability and support without the use of a box spring. Toddler in bed is recommended for children 18 months to 5 years old with a 50 lb weight limit. Accommodates a standard size Dream On Me mattress, sold separately. All tools included for an easy assembly. JPMA certified.Dimensions: 57L x 28W x 30H inches.See below the colors and finishes available in the bed style.
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Friday, April 22, 2011

What To Look For In A Bed For Toddler

When it comes that time when your little one is no longer safe to sleep in their crib, it is time for the toddler bed. This is usually when the child is trying to climb over the sides, leaning over the sides and wanting to crawl out of their baby crib. A parent must consider the need for safety and security that can only come from an adequate toddler bed.  It is important to make sure you are purchasing a safe, sturdy and stable toddler bed for your child.

The Dream On Me toddler beds are constructed of solid hard wood and is the perfect bed for toddler. Low to the floor for toddler in bed, so your toddler in bed can feel more at ease and comfortable . With the low profile design parents can safely get toddler in bed and out of bed. Beds toddler can feel safe within at rest. Safety rails help prevent toddler in bed from falling out of their beds toddler.

These beds are the perfect piece of toddlers beds furniture as your child leaves the crib but is not quite ready for a full or twin sized bed for bed toddler. These toddler beds are designed low to the floor for a toddlers beds smooth and safe transition from a crib toddler to a bed toddler.

Dream On Me Sleigh Toddler Bed With Storage
Dream On Me Sleigh Toddler Bed With Storage
(This bed available in various colors and finishes)

The Sleigh Toddler Bed (shown above) is one of the many styles and finishes available from the Dream On Me line. This bed features a large storage drawer and is beautifully crafted in a sleigh style design. This toddler bed is built of solid hard wood and has a non-toxic finish. This bed for toddler provides safety through two safety guard rails , allowing for peace of mind and security. The  wooden mattress support rails will provide durability and support without the use of a box spring. This bed is recommended for children 18 months to 5 years old with a 50 lb weight limit. Accommodates a standard size crib mattress, sold separately, if needed. All tools are included for an easy assembly when you purchase any Dream On Me bed.  All Dream On Me beds are JPMA certified. This is an important seal of safety that will insure a safe bed for your child.

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Easter Treat Recipes That You Can Make With Your Toddler

                                                                Easter Basket Cupcakes

This Easter, decorate this cute little cupcake basket with jelly beans.
  • 1 dozen cupcakes
  • 1 bag jelly beans
  • 2 cups white icing
  • Sweetened coconut, colored with green food coloring
  1. First, frost the cupcakes with white icing. Bend a pipe cleaner or a piece of red licorice into an arch and push the ends into the sides of each cupcake.
  2. Shake the shredded coconut in a stainless steel bowl. Sprinkle on food coloring bit by bit, mixing vigorously to distribute the color
  3. Place a pinch of shredded coconut on each iced cupcake. Now place three jelly beans on the "nest" of coconut.
  4. Tie a small ribbon bow on the pipe cleaner or licorice handle at a jaunty angle.
  5. Put one cupcake basket by each place setting at Easter brunch or give them as gifts.

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                                                Easter Bunny Cupcakes

  • A cupcake (baked from your favorite recipe)
  • White icing
  • Shredded coconut
  • Pink decorators' sugar
  • Jelly bean nose
  • Chewable Sweet Tart eyes
  • Large marshmallow
  • Mini marshmallows
  1. Frost a cupcake (baked from your favorite recipe) with white icing and sprinkle on shredded coconut fur.
  2. Cut a large marshmallow in half widthwise. Squeeze each half slightly to give it an oval shape, then decorate the sticky side of each one with pink decorators' sugar and set them in place for ears.
  3. Add a jelly bean nose and either jelly bean or snipped Sweet Tart eyes, and mini marshmallows for cheeks. For a finishing touch, draw on decorators' gel pupils or whiskers if you like.

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                                                                 Meringue Bird Nests

  • 4 egg whites
  • 1/2 tsp. cream of tartar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • Shredded coconut
  • Candy eggs (jelly beans, chocolate, egg-shaped malt balls)
  1. Preheat the oven to 250 degrees. Line two baking sheets with parchment paper (available at most grocery stores). (about 1 to 2 minutes).
  2. In a mixing bowl, whip together the egg whites, cream of tartar and salt until soft peaks form.
  3. Then, slowly add the sugar, beating constantly until the mixture is glossy and stiff (another minute or so). Beat in the vanilla extract until just combined.
  4. Now you're ready to make the meringue nests. Spoon three mounds of the mixture onto each baking sheet. Use the bowl of the spoon to shape each mound into a 4-inch-wide circle with a 2-inch-deep depression in the center. Give your nests a lived-in look by sprinkling shredded coconut over each one.
  5. Bake for 1 hour and 15 minutes, or until the meringues are dry and the coconut has turned golden brown. Once cool, tuck one malted candy egg or jelly bean into the nest for each child in the family. Makes 6 nests.

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Great Reviews From Consumer Search For The Dream On Me Portable Crib

The Dream on Me 2-in-1 Portable Folding  Crib was chosen as 


Best Wooden/Budget Portable Crib

  • Looks like a standard crib
  • Smaller than a standard crib
  • Locking wheels
  • Folds flat for storage
If you’re looking for a crib for a tight space or an inexpensive crib for a grandparent’s house, the Dream on Me 2-in-1 Portable Folding Crib is inexpensive, constructed of solid beechwood and comes in a choice of other finishes. It’s about 20 inches shorter than a standard crib, so it’s ideal for use if a baby is sharing a room with mom and dad or in otherwise small spaces. Locking wheels allow it to be moved easily from room to room yet remain stable when in use.

Professional feedback on the Dream on Me 2-in-1 Portable Folding Crib is found in the popular baby-gear book “Baby Bargains” by consumer advocates Denise and Alan Fields. While their coverage focuses primarily on standard cribs, reviews of retailers is useful to consumers.’s guide to grandparents includes the Dream on Me 2-in-1 Portable Folding Crib in a roundup of the best cribs for new grandparents and consumer feedback can be found on (Note: Consumer Search is owned by, but the two don’t share an editorial affiliation.) To shop a Dream On Me 2-in-1 Portable Folding Crib visit


Saturday, April 16, 2011

Husband Says Kids Out Of The Bed

Many wives and mothers have been given an ultimatum from their husbands. This ultimatum may be “either it is me in the bed or the kids in the bed”! Many fathers are ready for their children to be placed in a baby crib or toddler bed at night rather than in their bed. Mothers of small children are guilty of this because it is naturally a mother’s instinct to shelter her small children. It can be just as hard on a mother as it is for the child to make the transition to a baby crib or toddler bed. A mother naturally has a need for her children to be close to her, especially at night. Children also have a natural instinct to yearn to be by their mother or parent, especially at night. For many parents the battle of getting their children to sleep in their own baby crib or toddler bed can be a tough one to overcome.
A mother must remember she is also a wife. Sometimes these roles can merge into just one role, that of being a “mother”. This is not something that a wife sets forth to do intentionally but at times can happen. Being a mother can take precedence because of the overwhelming need from her children for her attention. But there is also a need from the husband. To strike a good medium can be challenging at best. So parents have to weigh the advantages and disadvantages to co-sleeping. Many parents think that a child sleeping in their own baby crib or toddler bed is the only option. Others may feel totally separated from their child sleeping in a baby crib or toddler bed .Every parent has a different opinion concerning this subject so one must consider all of the pros and cons concerning this topic. There are great tips for transitioning a child from co-sleeping into sleeping in their own baby crib or toddler bed.
Sleep sharing can also affect your love life. Having your child in a baby crib or toddler bed each night can increase your level of intimacy with your spouse both in quality and quantity. Spontaneity between couples when the baby is in the bed isn’t really an option. This awkward situation leaves couples having to make other plans for their time alone. These plans sometimes are put on the back burner ultimately going neglected at times. This neglect can sometimes make one spouse resent the other for having to make these kinds of compromises. The likelihood of intimacy among couples whose children sleep in a baby crib or toddler bed tends to be much more frequent than those who make a decision to co-sleep.
Ultimately the child and both parents should be able to benefit from the decision. Everyone has an opinion on what they feel is best for children but all families situations are different. Whatever the decision please make sure it is the right one for your family.
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Wednesday, April 13, 2011

The Five Point Safety Harness Double Stroller

Dream On Me Twin Stroller

Attractive strollers double in offering fully reclining comfortable seating as well as large basket storage. The five point safety harness in these strollers double for secure travel . The double strollers or twin strollers are ultra-lightweight providing two large storage baskets. All baby stroller and double strollers provide adjustable umbrella-like canopies to protect your babies from harmful rays and weather elements
The Dream on Me Side-By-Side Stroller is your answer to a well-built, rugged, yet smooth and lightweight twin stroller.This stroller allows for ease in push and walking along side. The Dream On Me Side-By-Side Stroller provides large storage for your children’ s needed items.The compact umbrella style design is not only attractive but makes for a comfortable safe ride for your child. Features fully reclining seats a five point safety harness and two large baskets. Each twin canopy is fully adjustable.

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Dream On Me Twin Stroller

These baby stroller, double strollers are a baby stroller with a compact design making infant travel easy, fun and safe. These strollers double as abundant storage space for your children’s baby stroller necessities. The lightweight yet durable structure makes these strollers double, double strollers a favorite pick when shopping for your baby stroller.

Dream On Me Twin Stroller

 A great double stroller for those times you like to travel light! It will be a perfect addition to your family trips and travels!
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Tuesday, April 12, 2011

What New Parents Can Do To Keep Their Infants Safe

A baby crib is still the safest place for babies to sleep. Many infants die each year due to parents allowing them to sleep in their parental beds at night rather than in a baby crib. Infants can be placed in danger through this co-sleeping arrangement. Many times an infant becomes entrapped or wedged between the mattress and another object. Suffocation can come from an airway obstruction when the baby is face down on a waterbed mattress or a very soft mattress. A firm quality baby crib mattress is the safest choice for an infant to sleep upon.
Dream On Me Classic Convertible Crib

Fatal injury can also come in form of strangulation because of rails or openings on beds that allow a baby’s body to pass through while entrapping the head. A baby crib,such as the Dream On Me 4-in-1 Eden Convertible Crib, is specifically built to prevent this type of accident from occurring. Also known to happen is a parent rolling on top of or against the baby while sleeping. Many parents feel they are being a good parent by keeping their infant close rather than in a baby crib. Suffocation or strangulation caused by entrapment of the child’s head in various structures of the bed is common. A baby crib is safe as they are free of these types of structures. Entrapments occur between the mattress and the wall, bed frame, headboard, footboard, bed railings or adjacent furniture. Another safe quality of a baby crib is that there are not any wedged areas subject to entrapment.
Convertible Crib

One of the most tragic aspects of these deaths is that they are largely preventable. In many cases, the parent placing the baby in the adult bed was unaware of or underestimated the danger posed. A JPMA certified baby crib is still the safest place for an infant to sleep. Mothers who breastfeed should be alerted to this hazard and should be encouraged to return the baby to the baby crib after breast-feeding.
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Monday, April 11, 2011

Perfect for your Princess- The Dream On Me Contemporary Style Toddler Bed in Pink

The Dream On Me Contemporary Toddler Bed, is created uniquely for your special little toddler. The pink bed featured here is perfect for achieving the perfect look for your little princess’s room.The pricing and design of this bed is very attractive. The safety and structure you expect comes with this stylish and quality bed.  The transition from crib to toddler bed can be made much easier in our toddler beds. Our toddler bed comes with two side safety rails and sits low to the floor for more ease in getting in and out of bed.  Accommodates a standard Dream On Me Crib mattress, if needed, is sold separately. These beds will come complete with all necessary tools for easy assembly. JPMA Certified and meets ASTM standards. Dimensions on this bed is 57L x 28W x 30H inches. The Contemporary style toddler bed is offered in many other choices in finishes and colors at . These beds are the perfect piece of toddlers beds furniture as your child leaves the crib but is not quite ready for a full or twin sized bed for bed toddler. These toddler beds are designed low to the floor for a toddlers beds smooth and safe transition from a crib toddler to a bed toddler.The non-toxic finish is ideal for bed toddler safety. These toddler beds are sized to accept any standard sized crib mattress. These toddler beds are built at the perfect height for your child’s toddlers beds and feature two safety bed toddler rails. Many other styles other than the contemporary and finishes can be found at toddler beds are JPMA Certified and meets ASTM standards.                                                                             

Sunday, April 10, 2011

Does Your Baby Crib Have The JPMA Seal?

Since its inception in 1976, the JPMA Certification Program continues to grow and play an important role in the juvenile products industry. Currently, more than 2,000 products are JPMA Certified in 20 categories!
ASTM International develops and publishes the standards. JPMA manufacturers, retailers, other industry members, consumer groups and staff from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) are involved in the development of the standards.

The JPMA Certification Seal on a product tells consumers this product has been verified as conforming to the requirements established by ASTM, through independent laboratory testing and follow-up on-site inspection of the manufacturer’s production line. The manufacturers that participate in the JPMA Certification Program are held to high standards and are obligated to meet those principles with every product. Our symbol of certification is a symbol of confidence that the juvenile products have met these performance standards. This confidence extends to parents in the buying decisions they make.

The Dream On Me Bethany 2 in 1 baby crib , is a very nice convertible crib that would be a lovely addition to any nursery.  The rail design is stationary and has (non-drop side) making for dual safety. The wheels are hooded and locking for added safety. This baby crib has a 2 position mattress support. It features a  beautiful non-toxic finish. This crib can be converted easily to a baby toddler bed. It does require a standard size Dream On Me crib mattress, sold separately. All tools for assembly included. JPMA Certified.
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Thursday, April 7, 2011

Preventing Baby Crib Injury

Around 10,000 infants and toddlers are hurt in a baby crib and/or a playpen each year. Many of these happened among children that were in age range 1-2 years old. This is the general age of children that are trying to climb out of their playpen and/or baby crib. Many of these children may be tall enough to transfer into a toddler bed style bed position. There are a few things to remember to reduce these types of injury among infants and toddlers.
*Parents can help prevent injuries by lowering the infant baby crib mattress when children grow tall enough to lean over the rails. When they are seemingly restless within the bedding area. Maybe seeing signs they have outgrown their restricted area.
*When children are starting to lean over the rail with either their head or legs, this is a good time to transition into a toddler bed style position of your convertible baby crib or into a separate toddler bed.
*Children should be moved to a toddler bed when they reach 35 inches tall.
*Make sure you purchase a sturdy baby crib. An infant baby crib is still the safest place to sleep for smaller infants and toddlers. They should be placed on their backs, with no padding or pillows.
A convertible crib that converts into a toddler bed is a good transition for baby as they grow. The transition into the toddler bed is much smoother and safer for the child as they are remaining in their comfort zone.
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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Toddler Bed Tips

Some tips to remember concerning a toddler bed for your child after transition from baby crib.

When baby is ready to move out of the baby crib, be sure to follow these guidelines and tip when selecting the right toddler bed.
1) You need to check the joints of the toddler bed for any looseness, do this periodically as well.

2) Always choose those toddler beds with low profile design for added safety, this helps if child falls out of the bed, less injury.

3) Always have toddler bed in a room away from windows, wall heaters, drapes and blind cords.

4) Place headboard against wall rather than the side of the toddler bed, so that the child does not get trapped in between wall and bed.

5) Just as in your baby crib, make sure that the toddler bed is sturdy with no fear of collapsing.

6) When storing the toddler bed or baby crib make sure you attach with tape, the instruction manual to the bed , on the bottom of the bed. Just in case the box is misplaced or instructions get misplaced from box. This is especially important for convertible cribs as they need to be adjusted as needed. Instructions are often placed on bottom of mattress platform.

7)Remember manufacturers websites will provide instruction manuals as well.

8)Remember if baby crib is a convertible to store those additional parts in a cool, dry place for future use. Keep instructions and parts in a safe place.

9)Label all parts from a convertible crib before storing, you will be glad you did.

10) MOST IMPORTANT- Make sure toddler bed and baby crib have the JPMA certification seal.

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Airport Security Tips When Traveling With Infants/Toddlers

Air travel with infants and toddlers can be very stressful! What am I talking about? It is even stressful for us adults! Here are a few tips when traveling with your toddler and infant.  The TSA will screen the little ones before they can go through security checkpoints. You are to never leave children in baby carriers , baby stroller,double stroller, during security procedures. All carry-on baggage, including children’s bags and items, must go through the X-ray machine.  Examples include: diaper bags, blankets, and toys.All child-related equipment that will fit through the X-ray machine must go through the X-ray machine.  Examples include:  baby stroller, double strollers, carriers, car seats, backpacks, stroller double canopies and baby slings.
At checkpoints, collapse or fold your child-related equipment, such as baby stroller.  Secure items that are in the pockets, baskets, or attached to the equipment and place it on the X-ray belt for inspection. Plastic bins are provided to deposit such items.If any of your child-related equipment does not fit through the X-ray machine such as a double stroller security officers will visually and physically inspect it.
If you are carrying your child through the metal detector and the alarm sounds, our Security Officer will have to additionally screen both you and your child.Remove babies and children from their baby stroller or infant carriers so that our Security Officers can screen them individually.You may not pass the child to another person behind you or in front of you during this process.Do not pass your child to the Security Officer to hold.
All liquids, gels and aerosols must be in 3.4 ounce (100ml) or smaller containers. Each container must be 3.4 ounces (100ml) or smaller.All liquids, gels and aerosols must be placed in a single, quart-size, zip-top, clear plastic bag. Each traveler can use only one, quart-size, zip-top, clear plastic bag.
Each traveler must remove their quart-sized plastic, zip-top bag from their carry-on  or baby stroller storage and place it in a bin or on the conveyor belt for X-ray screening. X-raying separately will allow TSA security officers to more easily examine the declared items.
Hope these tips help you next time you travel with your child!
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