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it is nice to see we all have our moments as parents!

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JJ 07/30/2015

everything that happens to your child is NOT your fault. Sometimes, despite everything, accidents happen. It's ok to skin a knee while learning to ride a bike. You just have to love your child and protect them as best you can but if something happens to injure them, don't assume it's always your fault. Just do your best and you'll be fine. Thanks for sharing your story!!

makes parents less anxious

JJ 07/30/2015

As the mom of a 7 year old and 2 year old (as of this week), I know that we do all we can to protect our kids but we can't always think of everything. Locks on cabinets make our lives easier because they are not pulling out pots and pans (in addition to not injuring themselves. Closing doors to bathrooms keep tiny hands out of toiilets (until they learn to open the door)-- We keep choking hazards away and keep pot handles turned in so baby doesn't grab a hot pot. So many things... do your best

door locks


I'm beyond thankful none of the doors in my apartment lock haha



Baby proofing is great to a certain point, but I agree with mom. It is part of the learning experience to have them do something and see the consequence.

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