You're envisioning cozy nursing sessions in your new glider, visits from FOBs (friends of baby), and rocking your newborn to sleep. You'll get there, Mom! Use our guide to prepare now so you aren't blindsided by feeling sore, sleepy, and a little weepy during those early days.
Once your baby starts walking, he's got the world -- and all its potential hazards -- at his fingertips. But while her new motor skills allow her to maneuver about the house, your toddler still lacks the common sense to know what's harmful and dangerous. Follow our room-by-room checklist to reduce your child's risk of injury.