Childproofing your home is essential to keeping your baby safe. Be prepared to childproof the nursery, bathroom, kitchen, fireplace - any area of your house that poses a threat to your baby.Learn the basics of babyproofing, get childproofing tips, and more.
You'll be shocked at what's really dangerous for children in your home. Don't skip our checklist of 10 safety hazards that could be deadly.
When it comes to baby-proofing products, what you'll need will depend on the particular features of your home. Some items, however, are nearly universal. We've rounded up a few of our favorites.
It's not always possible to keep babies in child-safe environments. Away from home, always inspect any new room for these possible risks.
Whether your due date is approaching or you feel the urge to get your home in tip-top shape, use this guide to get the work done.
You'd be surprised at how easy it is for a baby to get into trouble. Create a safe place by babyproofing every room in your home.
More than 2 million children are injured in their homes each year. Now that your little one is mobile, it's time to make sure your home a safe haven.
Your baby or toddler is ready to grab anything in his reach, but watch out for these 10 choking hazards hidden on his plate or around the house.
You'll be shocked at the hidden dangers in your own home. Don't skip our checklist of 10 safety hazards that could be deadly.
When it comes to protecting your children, knowledge is power -- just one tidbit of information can prevent an injury or even save a life. Here's a room-by-room babyproofing guide with easy ways to create safe quarters for your child.
Are you overlooking something that's dangerous to your child?
Follow these steps to ensure a secure sleep haven.
Bath time is supposed to be fun, not dangerous. Start by making sure the temperature is just right and never take your hands off your baby in the tub. Follow these child safety tips to baby proof your bathroom and help keep your child safe when he's taking a bath or just exploring the room.
A Minnesota family is mourning the death of their 22-month-old son after IKEA's MALM dresser tipped over on him.
Before your little one starts crawling, you'll need to begin babyproofing. Identifying your home's hazards should be your first step.
Some devices that are supposed to protect children can actually put them in danger. Find out which nine products are harmful and how to protect your child.
Moms and Dads share the clever ways they put these popular water toys to work.
New to this whole Mama thing? Experts give their tips for keeping your sweetie safe during bath time, bedtime, and more.
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Protect your kids from accidents and injuries in your home. Follow our guide to learn the simple changes you can make to turn your home into a baby-safe zone.
Alison Rhodes, The Safety Mom, shows you how to babyproof your home, room by room.
Chances are that whatever you give your little one to play with will end up in her mouth, so be careful of choking hazards. There's a quick test to know if a new toy is safe for your child. Follow these child safety tips to help keep your child safe with her toys.
You probably know to keep knives away from your baby, but did you know that an average of one child every hour has a high chair-related injury? Follow these child safety tips to baby proof your kitchen and help keep your child safe while you prepare breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Whether you're just hanging with your toddler or have a crowd coming over for the holidays, these new childproofing products are key for less worry and more fun.