This one’s important, Heroes. If you’ve got a little one in the home, baby proofing can be a big deal. I do agree with people who say you should train your child to not climb, etc. and do dangerous things. But you can never guarantee they won’t suffer from a moment of foolishness, and that’s all it takes. Better safe than sorry, on this count.
From securing your flatscreen to window cords, Jennifer with the Austin Baby Proofing Co. talks about things you need to think about when making your home safe for your new baby. Hundreds of children are injured or killed each year from accidents and things that can be prevented with proper baby proofing. The International Association for Child Safety is a great resource and can get you in touch with babyproofing professionals in your area. You can also find some great tips to help you create a safe home for your family in the third installment of the Sane Parents Guide from DadLabs. Download your copy on DadLabs.com from Smashwords or Amazon. Babyproofing Your Home – Episode 881 is brought you by Baby Bjorn.Distributed by OneLoad.
Earnest Parenting: help for parents who need to make their home safe for baby.