Babyproofing Essentials in 2021: How to Make Your Home Safe for Baby
Babies inherently possess an eagerness to explore, discover and understand how things work. Once they can crawl, everything in the room is interesting and deserves a closer look. But when little hands grab for things like medications, household cleaners, choking hazards or electrical sockets, their exploratory missions can become dangerous. Babyproofing your home helps make your home safer for baby to explore. Read Babyproofing Essentials: How to Make Your Home Safe for Baby to learn when, how, and what to babyproof!
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