8. Keep Bathrooms Sealed off

Bathrooms are full of potential dangers for little tots. The best way to keep your baby out when you aren’t present is to seal the room off. Leave the door shut, or put up a baby gate.

If these options aren’t suitable, consider adding a toilet lock, cabinet locks, and always making sure you empty the tub after each use.

Childproofing can be stressful, since your baby’s safety is your number one concern. But just set aside a day to dedicate to childproofing, and you will have it all done in no time. Perhaps your spouse or partner can help out! Do you have any tips for childproofing your home?

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