When is the last time you have explored any possible hazards that may exist in your home from the eye level of an infant or toddler? While your home may seem baby proofed, you can still spend the time exploring your home from a child's eye level to see if you have missed any potential dangers. September is Baby Safety Month, and you can do your part to make sure your home is as safe as possible when you...
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In addition to exploring your home from a child's eye level to check for hazards, check out these other ways you can make sure your home is as safe
1. Anchor large pieces of furniture (bookshelves, televisions, etc.) to keep them from falling when little ones wish to use them to stand.
2. Cover all outlets with baby proofing outlet covers.
3. Remove any poisonous plants. Check out this list for easy identification: https://www.thebump.com/a/poisonous-plants-for-kids
4. Check out this list for even more safety tips: https://www.jpma.org/page/bsm_safety_tips
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Source: JPMA. The Bump