Families with infants, these things will help prepare you for a severe weather situation
But it’s quite another to ready yourself for a severe weather situation when you have a new baby in tow. Maybe the baby naps or hangs out in some type of rocker that you usually plug in to a wall. You’ll want to make sure you have plenty of batteries, in case your home loses power. Obviously, whether you’re a new parent or not, you’d want to make sure you have a way to charge your phone. -- And if you’re formula feeding, that’s great, too.
How to best prepare for hurricanes: Quiz on do’s, don’ts that can save your life, possessions
Hurricane season is upon us, and make no mistake: There’s not much that can be done when a hurricane strikes, considering how powerful they can be. But preparing for a hurricane is a different story. Readiness is in our control, so the damage can be minimized as much as possible. To help prepare for the start of hurricane season, take this quiz, below. Even if you don’t nail a good score, the knowledge gained will help you pass with flying colors and lessen the damage, should the real thing strike.