Just like you nurture and care for your baby, one of your main concerns should be to protect them. They will not be able to protect their selves from threats when they are small so that responsible falls over your shoulders. The safest place on earth for you is your home. The same applies to your baby as well. Is it really safe enough? Check the three tips we have given you below to identify how far your grounds are safe for your baby.
Do you have smart storage plans?
Take a look at your kitchen because a lot of accidents can take place here. If you are a mom, there are chances when you have to keep an eye on your baby and cook at the same time. So, in instances like this you bring the baby pram to the kitchen you need to make sure, nothing’s in their arm’s reach. Sharp objects like can openers in NZ, peelers and knives can be harmful for them if them try to use. If your baby is not supported by a pram but just sitting on a chair or on the floor playing, then too you have to take more precaution. When storing cooking ingredients, keep them in shelves or other means of storage plans that are out of their reach. Use drawers or cabinets for all your storage ideas in the kitchen whether it’s small or big.
Also your glassware should be stored safely in your wall cabinets so they won’t be able to reach them and create a commotion. It will harm them and also others who step on it. When you are beautifying your home with fragile home decors it’s wise to think twice about where you will be placing them.
Don’t leave things lying here and there
It’s dangerous to have your garden tools and equipment lying all over the deck and pathway when your baby is outside playing. Even inside your home collect their toys lying on the ground so they won’t accidentally fall over them. When it’s time they start getting up to their own feet, you have to make sure the furniture they use for support is firm. Plug points and sockets that are not in use should be covered with socket safety covers so they won’t be able to experiment on them.
A little space for them
It’s nice to give them their own space of the garden. Create a small playground by simply adding a cubby house, see-saw and swings in your garden or backyard so you don’t have to take them every day to the playground. You can keep an eye on them right from your house. Also you will want to fence this area and separate it from the garden. This will help you to lock it and prevent your little one slipping to it without you not knowing.