Baby proofing your house has become a serious industry. When we were children, we sat in the car without child seats, managed to use the bathroom without toilet seat locks and toddled around the house without bumpers over every sharp object. But for the parents of children who did get hurt, these baby proofing ideas could have saved their children from serious injuries.
Although this infographic offers helpful tips, I would add one more to the mix — do not store any cleansers or other kitchen cleaning items under the sink. Instead, place them in the cabinet above. Our son Vman, much to our dismay, figured out how to unlock the cabinet doors quickly. It seemed strange at first to put the chemicals somewhere else, but it has kept our cleaning agents handy while keeping them out of the hands of our boys.
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