You can’t wait to cheer on that on-the-move baby, crawling for the first time — but first, you’ve got some serious baby-proofing to do. Read on for baby safety tips every new parent can use. Read Baby Safety: Tips for an Active Little One
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It seems as if your baby went from crawling to walking in the blink of an eye. Here’s how to maintain safety around stairs as your little one moves on to another important developmental milestone, stair climbing. Read How to Keep Your WalkingBaby Safe on Stairs
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Laundry time again? With kids in the house, almost every day turns into laundry day. Those little clothes turn into a big pile pretty quickly! No worries â you'll get it done. Follow these tips for creating a safe and efficient laundry routine. Read it's all in the wash: your guide to coming clean
I have a concern / question about bumper pads. My 5-month-old son woke up crying because he had pushed his head underneath the bumper pads. I immediately took them off because of my concern for his safety. The pads do not tie at the bottom, only the top. Please assure me I did the right thing. Now I'm concerned about him bumping his head. Read Should I remove the bumpers from my 5-month-old's crib?
Get ready, get set, get childproofing! Your baby is about to get way more mobile — rolling, scooting, crawling, and even pulling up to a stand. A good start is to move breakables and cords out of reach. Learn more about childproofing. Read Childproofing Basics
Thankfully, childhood lead poisoning has become much less frequent in recent years. But the problem still exists. It's a good idea to talk to your health care provider if you have concerns or if your baby may have been exposed. Learn more. Read Get the Lead Out
We all want to keep our children as safe as possible. A good way to start is to keep a close eye on their environment, inside and out, paying attention to the gear we use in their daily lives. Find out more about safety. Read The Safety Game
Your baby will arrive any day now! Do you have a car seat picked out and ready to go? These handy guidelines may help you make your selection. Learn more about car seats and safety for your smallest passenger. Read Car Seat Safety and Shopping Guide
Our little ones keep growing and finding new ways to move around and explore. That means we may need to adapt our babyproofing and safety routines at different ages and stages. Learn more about age-based safety guidelines. Read Safety for Every Age