9 Tested Methods to Keep Babies Safe


Editor’s Note: This is a Guest article by B. M. Ryan

kidssafety-6754533A note from Sherin Dev: Kids are our most valuable assets. Each parent required to protect them form possible risks to not shrink the Budget to a great extend. Here are 9 tested solutions which help moms and dads avoid the undetectable risks that keep babies unsafe.

Did you know how you can distinguish the “Musts” from the “Shoulds” for your child safety equipment?Maybe you have made your list? Here are the actual baby-proofing items that should be at the must-have tippy top.I recognize that we don’t all have hundreds of dollars in order to throw down the all-essential childproofing budget gap. To help the protection of the serious yet monetarily fainthearted, I’ve labeled them into the “musts”, meaning that you should not care where you buy them, but good parenting requires them.When you have more than one kid (or are often distracted), consider the more distractions you have in your house, the more distractable you are, the more important your baby-proofing is.The following (in order of importance) 9 baby proofing things you “must” have to keep your baby safe:

1. A Good Gate: Even if you live in a ranch-style home or even an apartment with no stairways, there will be rooms or areas you won’t want your baby walking into, so a good gate is definitely a must-have baby-proofing purchase.

2. A Blind Winder: The number of children strangled every year due to dangling blind and shade cords is devastating. In fact, the Customer Product Safety Commission lists cords as one of the “hidden hazards” parent’s don’t think of. There are numerous inexpensive window blind winders out there, but if you have to by hand re-wind the cord right after every use, chances are you won’t use it.

3. Anti-Tip Anchors: If you have a climber (or possible climber) on your hands, furnishings straps are a must. Whether it’s a dresser or a bookshelf, attach these weighty pieces of furniture on the wall with anti-tip band to avoid the furniture from tipping over.

4. Fireplace Safety: The hard stone around the fireplace hearth can be very hazardous with little ones close to. Its sharp edges and rough stone corners can cut, and seriously hurt a tripping child. You need to choose one of the several good hearth bumper pads available in the marketplace.

5. Corner Edge Bumpers: You can cover the corners of your end-tables and coffee tables with corner and side guards. One-sizing-fits all because you cut the foam to fit your particular table exactly.

6. Outlet Covers: For used outlets with cords, you can buy a cover that will prevent your newborn from unplugging the cord and messing with the wall plug. They are best for high-traffic areas where you will be plugging and un-plugging items regularly.

7. Childproof Latches for Cabinets and Drawers: Drawer latches are also a must-have for childproofing your home. They’ll prevent your growing infant from reaching intact drawers with sharp or tiny items stored on the inside. Ideal for the kitchen, bathroom, or home office. Choose childproof latches that won’t let your little one to get even a hand inside.

8. Railing Net: Stair and railing nets will also be a must if the railing spindles are generally further than 2.5 to 3 inches apart.

9. Bathtub Safety Items: Bath-time is always interesting for a growing baby. Keep it secure by using some of these little accessories.

– A bathtub thermometer to gauge water temperature.- A bathtub safety rail to help the little one get in and out from the tub safely.- A faucet cover that will protect her little head from nasty bumps.These are the most important baby safety equipment items out there. Consider them as an important investment you will make in the years of growth and exploration still ahead of you.

About the Author: B. M. Ryan is now writing for the designer baby diaper bags website, her personal hobby blog focused on rules to help parents to get info to become more eco-conscious and make their particular eco-friendly baby diaper bags.

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