Parents and Grandparents:
"The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is warning of the potential risk of overdosing infants with liquid vitamin D.
Some liquid vitamin D supplement products on the market come with droppers that could allow parents and caregivers to accidentally give harmful amounts of the vitamin to an infant. These droppers can hold a greater amount of liquid vitamin D than an infant should receive.
"It is important that infants not get more than the recommended daily amount of vitamin D," says Linda M. Katz, M.D., M.P.H., interim chief medical officer in FDA's Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition. "Parents and caregivers should only use the dropper that comes with the vitamin D supplement purchased." "
Ray and I loaded extension ladders in the Puddle Jumper and went over to late Jim's travel trailer. We smeared roof coating on the place that we could see was a trouble spot.
We can't get in the travel trailer, so we have no way of knowing if what we did, has stopped the leak. I know Jim would be mortified if he knew that his son and daughter in law had not been up here to fix his trailer. He took such pride in it. I wanted to get that done as it is supposed to rain tomorrow.
It is a pity that there wasn't a spare wheel on that spare wheel carrier on the front, we could have used that yesterday!
We finally got the awning out, and washed underneath it, but there is one place that would not get clean on top, so we dropped the awning so we could get to it on a ladder, tomorrow.
That was enough for today.