Ok, I will say it's a learning experience. Also, most all of the kiddia extinguishers have been recalled. So if you have an older one they might replace it. I just got done filling a water extingiuer and am bringing a dry chemical extinguisher to boot. For the house Biggest fire safety tip is smoke detectors, change the battery twice a year ( the new 10 year battery ones arnt up to speed yet) carbon monoxide detector that atually gives a read out outside the sleeping area. The other ones will give false positives. And besides practicing with the kids, have a meeting spot in front of the home. So if you all go out diffrent doors, when your outside you know if everyone is safe. Ok , enough work stuff for now, have fun. Keep safe.