At HomeownersInsurance.com, we understand how hard it is to make your home 100% child safe. We also know it’s even harder to make sure the surroundings are safe when you take your little one to visit friends and family. For example, when you take your infant/toddler to Grandma and Grandpa’s house, how can you make sure he or she is in a safe environment when the baby gates and outlet covers from your own childhood have long since been packed away?
Here are a few suggestions from child safety pros that can help keep your baby safe when you’re visiting any home – your parents’ house included – that hasn’t been fully babyproofed to your standards.
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A big thanks to our contributors:
Trisha Haas, MomDot.com
Lisa Martin, MyThoughtsIdeasandRamblings.com
Adam Cohen, DadaRocks.com
Penelope Guzman, PenelopesOasis.com
Dr. Amanda Lloyd, BrightStepsPediatrics.com
Nychelle Fleming, cpsc.gov
Kimberly Amato, meghanshope.org
Adrian Kulp, DadOrAlive.com