The happenings of the Billy and Sheri Wardle family
What's In This Blog
I created this blog for my journal. I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. In this blog I keep many of the things I come across as a member of the church. I also share my experiences on the ACE Train and getting to work, my experiences in Manteca where we have lived for three years, and other things I think are noticeable.
Sunday, July 3, 2016
Health As I See It: Protect Your Child from Lead
This little pamphlet suggests plenty of places where lead might by hiding, and gives suggestions to reduce the risk. Keeping a child's hands clean is a good way to avoid lead, as well as germs. We all know about old paints, and not letting a child chew on walls, etc. The paint also turns to powder, so it is important to keep surfaces clean. Other sources of lead may be imported dishes, soil can also be a culprit. It is important to avoid having spots of open soil where children play. A ground cover of bark or grass is important. They also give the idea of leaving shoes at the door as ways to avoid the spread of lead. This is the first time I heard a good reason for living shoes at the door. Changing clothes after work will avoid spreading lead you may have accumulated during the day. Bullets and fishing sinkers and stained glass supplies contain lead. If you fear your child may have too much lead you can ask his/her doctor for a test.
We are the Wardles. I am Billy. We are the parents of 8, one in Heaven
(stillborn,) 6 birth and 1 adopted. Four are away from home, two
daughters married and two sons in the Logan area going to school. Tony,
our adopted son is 11 years younger than our youngest birth child, so
he is greatly spoiled. I have worked for the Duckwater Shoshone Tribe, Utah State Social Services, part of the time working with the Ute Tribe, Uintah Basin Counseling and Santa Clara County Mental Health for the last 21 years. Active Mormon and I follow the prophet.