Okay, you've just bought a new home and a kid is on the way. How do you make sure you're providing a safe environment? As the saying goes, "Proper preparation prevents poor performance," and nowhere is this truer than setting up your home for kids.
Best Principles When Baby-Proofing a House
When babyproofing a house, homeowners must start by considering their child's current behaviors as well as their future behaviors. Babies change quickly, and develop new talents all the time. For example, a baby who will soon be walking should live in a house that is safe for a toddler. This way, the house will be ready as the baby grows.
To babyproof a home, homeowners must go room by room to assess what their child can reach, where they can poke their…