If you have recently relocated to a new house or apartment with a baby, there are many precautionary measures that you need to take immediately in order to keep it safe. Baby-proofing is the process of identifying any possible dangers and hidden threats to your child around your new home and then efficiently neutralizing them. Baby-proofing your new home should be your top priority.
Start it as soon as you can, even before you are done with unpacking. Remember that your baby does not look at the world from your point of view, so go from room to room, get on your knees and look around and identify potential household hazards. Babies usually begin to crawl at eight months old, which means most start moving even earlier. A crawling baby will soon start pulling itself up onto surfaces as well, which means chairs, tables, and other surfaces are no longer beyond their reach.
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