How and Where to Baby Proof

Chances are that long before your baby came home from the hospital you began to baby proof your home! Installing locks on cabinets and drawers, using safety gates, covering outlets, removing electrical cords and making sure that heavy furniture like the stove and entertainment centers are bolted to the wall are great places to start.
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A Quick Safety Checklist to Baby Proof Your Home

Baby proofing your home has two fold benefits.  Not only do you keep your child safe, but you also are able to keep your valuables from becoming destroyed in the process of raising children.  Experts agree that the best way to child proof is from a child’s perspective which means getting down on your hands and knees and curiously inspecting your home.

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