No doubt you remember the financial crisis of 2008. Unprecedented numbers of homes were foreclosed on in Philadelphia and across the nation, unemployment surged, the stock market tanked and President Bush and his advisers openly worried that the U.S. banking system might not survive.
When we shop for things for our children, we think of safety before we consider cost. After all, we while we normally get what we pay for, we shouldn’t have to sacrifice for safety. According to a report provided by the non-profit group Kids in Danger (KID), the number of children’s products that were recalled last year has increased dramatically.