I think it's down to how you and your other half feel about dangers. Some people feel safe with a few precautions while others need to do more. There's no one right way. You have to decide for yourself how much will make you feel at ease. What do you think?
Really u need 4 pairs of eyes and baby in a bubble ball!!!
Iv got stair gate at bottom and one on her bedroom as it wouldn't fit at top of stairs! Locks on kitchen cupboards although she figured after a couple of days that if she pulls really hard they pop off! Haha clever gets!
Iv found today I need a cover for oven as the door gets hot which I didnt no about and she's obsessed with touching it even tho it hurts her! Hide all DVDs and CDs unless u eat them scratched and make sure tv is secure! I'd basically just try and put most things in a place rather than out
Ther will still be accidents that can't be proofed, children are so Into everything they find ways!
Ps I found kiddicare.com to be one of the cheapest for safety stuff n u get free next day delivery!
Has anyone thought about the blind cords? i have my blind cords out of the way, many people dont think of this, but it has came to light recently in papers and on the tv about the fact lots of toddlers have sadly died due to getting strangled putting there heads in the blind cords, if a toddler put there head and they over balance they cant lift themselves back up due to the fact there head is much heavier than there bodies, sorry to make a big story about it lol but just the thought of this scares me half to death
we dont have blinds but if we did we'd tie them up out the way for sure. My 3 year old still puts things round her neck drives me mad.
I caught Daisy putting the monitor cable around her neck, 'look, my scarf!' earlier. Toddlers really seem to like to do that sort of thing. We only have one blind but keep the cord wrapped around a metal pin thing so she can't reach it.
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