2017 Winter Best-Of Show with Kristin Cruz and Friends

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The Mom Show LIVE! Guests this week are:

Kathy Copcutt, aka the Bel Air Mommie

Always out on the coolest assignments, Kathy scoops Hollywood for The Mom Show. This week it’s Star Wars Last Jedi! Take a peek with this early clip she slipped to us. Thanks mama!

Catch up with Kristin Cruz and the family!

Hear details of Kristin’s Experience at Santa HQ with HGTV and first-hand knowledge of the most requested toys of 2017! This countdown is currently exclusively available on Facebook. Thanks to LA Parent Magazine, NAPPA Awards, and Toys R Us.

2017 Holiday's Hottest Toys: Squish Dee Lish

Join Kristin Cruz: The Mom Show Lifestyle & Entertainment as she shows off some of this holiday's hottest toys everyday this week! Today we take a look at Squish Dee Lish! #christmas #toys #momshowToys"R"Us

Posted by KHTS Radio on Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Alison Jacobson, aka The Safety Mom.

Founder of go-to parenting lifestyle site SafetyMom.com. From the Today Show to Fox & Friends, Alison has been asked to weigh-in on safety issues. Her mission is “Helping Families Stay Happy Safe and Sane”. I’ve asked her to come on The Mom Show with expert advice for busy parents who are worried about the California fires. And to give us some useful info for our kids, plus helpful tips for moms to prepare our families in case of fire disaster wherever we are.

Alison’s TOP HOLIDAY SAFETY TIPS for The Mom Show

Fact: Every year, approximately one in every 320 households has a reported home fire resulting in an estimated average of 2,570 deaths, 13,210 injuries and $7.2 billion in direct property damage.

Fact: 80% of residential electrical fires occur because of wiring that’s behind your walls.

If a light switch is hot to the touch or flickers immediately have it checked by an electrician. Also, replace any wires that might be frayed or damaged.

Christmas Tree Fire Safety

The CPSC estimates that extension cords cause about 3,300 residential fires each year. The greatest danger is overloading extension cords which can cause overheating. Check extension cords regularly to be sure there not damaged or broken in any way and, if it feels hot to the touch, stop using immediately.

Fact:The majority of home fires occur in December and January due to Christmas trees and additional lighting.

Make sure tree is at least 3 feet away from any heat source, like fireplaces, radiators, candles, heat vents or lights.

Connect no more than three strands of mini string sets and a maximum of 50 bulbs for screw-in bulbs and replace any string of lights with worn or broken cords or loose bulb connections.

More with Kristin & The Safety Mom this Thursday on The Mom Show. See past episodes here!

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