By Dana Sullivan
Discover the best ways to baby-proof at every stage of the game.
Newborns and Infants (under three months)
Before you introduce your newborn to his new home, remove or fix possible household hazards. Start with the basic precautions and continually modify according to your baby's development. Here's what to do from day one:
Four Months to One Year (or until baby is walking)
Once a baby is walking, making your home safe for baby is almost a daily chore. Here are some important things to watch for:
For more information about creating a child-safe home, visit the National Safe Kids Campaign at the Safe Kids Website.
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Nevada-based freelance writer Dana Sullivan is a frequent contributor to Your Baby Today and also writes for Fit Pregnancy and Parenting. She's mom to Liam, 4, and Julia, 2.
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