Safety

Keeping your baby safe at home gets more challenging as he starts crawling. Babies will touch anything and put anything they can get their hands on in their mouth. Here you'll learn about babyproofing, toy safety, nursery safety, lead poisoning, and more.

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13 Babyproofing Products to Prepare Your Home for a Newborn

Many experts recommend childproofing your home at least three months before your due date—and again when your little one starts crawling. Our round-up of the best babyproofing products can make the process easier. Check out our top picks for babyproof outlets, light switches, cabinets, drawers, door locks, and more!

7 Baby Registry Must-Haves on Amazon, According to Thousands of Five-Star Reviews

Based on thousands of five-star Amazon reviews, we rounded up seven baby registry must-haves, starting at just $20. From a Graco car seat and the beloved Pack and Play to the best nursing Boppy and a colorful Fisher-Price toy, these are the baby products on Amazon new parents need.

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Horrifying Police Video Reminds Parents of the Dangers of Leaving Children in Hot Cars

Police in Texas found a 1-year-old locked inside a hot car, crying and covered in vomit. Fortunately, the child was saved—but more than 900 children have died from heatstroke over the past decade. Here's what parents need to know.

How to Spot Fake Baby Products Online

Counterfeit and knockoff baby products are more common than you think on the internet—and some can be dangerous. But if you know what to look for, you can avoid buying these fake products that lurk on sites like Amazon and eBay. The experts weigh in.