Calling all new parents!
When you’ve got a new babe, you are going to have a lot of first-time experiences on your plate.
Babies don’t come with manuals, so here is Baby Gates 101 for beginner parents who have more questions than answers when it comes to corralling their progeny (i.e. ‘sweet little baby’).
To keep things simple, let’s do a Q & A format, so if you already have some of this baby proofing stuff figured out, you can quickly skip to the parts that you need the most.
(Note: Skipping NOT recommended, but I know, I know, you have a BABY, so of course, you are busy!)
You hear it often...what do I REALLY need for my baby?
Plenty of us parents don’t want to mess around with stuff we don’t need because let’s get real, babies already “gotta have this” and “gotta have that.”
But, when we’re paring down the non-essentials, there is one safety item that needs to make the cut and stay put on your “must have” list.
That item, of course, is a baby gate!
Have you been wondering when you should install and remove baby gates in your home?
Then this blog post is for you.
Here I will break it down simply so that you don’t have to second-guess yourself.
As exciting as it is to watch your little one hit all their milestones as they grow up into toddlers, it is also a challenge to keep them safe as they learn to explore their surroundings. So let’s take a moment and look at the following:
Recently, one of my friends asked me which products are my favorite for baby-proofing my house.
So, I decided to write this post to make the information available to everyone and save you time as you search for the right solutions to keep your baby safe.
I know you want to reduce your little one’s chances of being hurt...so you will love these handy innovations to make that job easier!
As parents, we are hard-wired to care about the safety of our children, and baby proofing is a critical element toward that end.
Wouldn’t you love to have, at your fingertips, a variety of simple solutions to help make that task easier?
Considering that preventable accidents are the greatest cause of injury and death in children, we must be diligent to make sure to do everything in our power to provide the safest environment possible around the house.
As you secure each room, it is important to see things from the perspective of your child in order to protect them from hazards that you might otherwise miss.
Use this guide to check and double-check the areas listed, so that you can have peace of mind as your little ones explore.