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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

5 Tips When Baby Proofing {Update & Giveaway}

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I did a post last year about Tips for Baby Proofing.
Child Safety Baby Proofing Advice Tips
One of the tips I gave was to look up, I also talked about how a TV mount was an ideal solution. And although I still feel like it is a great investment, it can be VERY pricey once you have paid for the mount and the proper installation.

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I read a story about a mother who had told her 3 year old to go back to bed because it was too early o wake. When she did eventually wake up, she found her daughter lifeless with the dresser on top of her. So scary and could happen to anyone. It's so awful, we don't even like to think about it, but it happens.
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According to a 2013 study by the American Academy of Pediatrics, “The number of children injured by a TV tip-over has increased 125 percent between 1990 and 2011. Each year, more than 17,000 children are treated in hospitals for TV-related injuries. That's one child every 30 minutes, and children ages five and younger are at the highest risk for injury”. Many of these accidents and injuries are minor – bruising, bumps and scrapes – they are also very are preventable. Sadly, the most alarming statistic of all is that, “once every three weeks in developed countries, a child is killed by a TV tip-over”.
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  1. I think the "5. Look Up" tip is really important. It is much to easy for little ones to be crushed under TVs.

  2. I like #1 Get down on your child's level

  3. The curious mind to me is the most overlooked. How else do kids learn?

  4. Get down on the childs eye level is very good advice

  5. Outlet important my sister put a key in one when she was little was ok but sparks flew out.

  6. Miriam Matheny5/26/2014 12:36:00 PM

    I like #2. They grow and learn so fast it's smart to baby proof ahead if what they need so you get used to it being there

  7. I like the tip about looking from a child's eye level. They see things we may not notice from where they sit/stand.

  8. 2. Think About The Next Stage:

    This is brilliant. Babies will jump from crawling to walking in what seems like seconds!

  9. I like the tip about thinking ahead because babies advance so quickly and sometimes when you aren't looking!


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