Baby-Proofing Your Home


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Ensure your home is a safe environment for your little one by taking necessary precautions. Start by installing gates and guards in crucial areas such as stairs, windows, and sharp edges. Prioritize electrical safety by covering outlets and keeping cords out of reach. Secure furniture, appliances, and heavy objects to prevent accidents. Keep hazardous materials like cleaning supplies and medications stored safely, and install locks on cabinets, drawers, and toilet seats. Provide a secure play area with appropriate flooring and padding, and eliminate potential choking hazards. Don't forget to install essential detectors for smoke and carbon monoxide.