Milk and Baby
Kim Inge and Beth Knockwafel met seven years ago at a playgroup and started Milk & Baby, a mom-to-be resource for modern maternity fashions, breastfeeding aids, kangaroo care, and nursing wear. They sell clothes that look good, feel good, and are functional.
Milk & Baby doesn't have a retail location but they have an office/warehouse location where you can make an appointment to try clothes on. For information, please e-mail email@example.com. They also have an upcoming pop-up shop on Tuesday and Thursday.
Milk & Baby Pop-Up Shop
2700 Holloway Road, Ste. 114
Other hours and days by appointment, firstname.lastname@example.org or (502) 435-1760
Milk & Baby
Maternity clothing, under garments, sleepwear, labor & delivery, belly wraps, Kangaroo Care, baby receiving gowns, hats, onesies
AAA Distracted Driving Awareness Month
Each day, about 10 people are killed in distracted driving crashes. In 2016, 37,000 people were killed in crashes on roads in the United States. Lynda Lambert, Media Spokesperson/Safety Advisor, AAA East Central talks about the dangers of distracted driving.
"Don't Drive Intoxicated – Don't Drive Intexticated" is the theme of AAA's traffic safety education campaign that was created to make distracted driving socially unacceptable. Drivers who use in-vehicle technologies, like voice-based and touch screen features, can be distracted for more than 40 seconds when completing tasks like setting navigation, sending a text message, etc.
AAA encourages all motorists to eliminate distracted driving by following these tips:
- Put it away. Place your mobile device out of sight to prevent temptation.
- Know where you're going. If using a navigation system, program the destination before driving.
- Pull over. If you have to call or text while on the road, pull off the road safely and stop first.
- Ask passengers for help. If riding with someone, seek their help to navigate, make a call or send a message.
- Be a good passenger. Speak out if the driver of your vehicle is distracted.
- Don't be a distraction. Avoid calling or texting others when you know they are driving.
- Everyone should prevent being intexticated. Just as drivers need to pay attention, so do pedestrians and bicyclists. Never call, text or play games while walking or cycling.
For more information visit AAA.com/DontDriveDistracted