New parents are often told they should proof their homes, but when they begin to consider it, they'll do this while standing upright, five or six feet off the floor. The most important step is doing the Crawl Test.
That means getting on all fours and faking to be a curious baby on an infant expedition. You have got to open drawers, look for hairballs and see what tiny crevices you can put your fingers into. You will have the ability to spot any possible hazards from the perspective of your baby before your bundle begins moving and fix them.
Here are some items to consider:
After the Crawl Test, you'll see your home and it may motivate you to wipe down those baseboards for the very first time. Probably not, however. You have a baby.
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