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The Best Childproofing Products to Help Keep Your Little One Safe

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Once your baby begins to move - whether they crawl, roll or bottom shuffle - you’ll realise it’s time to childproof your house.

Little fingers get into the most surprising places, so have a good look around and try to identify potentially dangerous areas.

https://www.netmums.com/reviews/essential-lists/8-childproofing-products-to-help-keep-your-little-one-safe/6-munchkin-grippy-bath-dots

I wish some of these had been available when mine were small!🐞

tumblespots
16 days ago
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RiannonWood
RiannonWood16 days ago

Locks on all low draws, when they are slightly older they work out if you lock the bottom draw but not the one above they take that out and get inside the one below also your better off locking it even if it’s higher up

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tumblespots
tumblespots
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16 days ago

That's a really handy tip, thanks very much RiannonWood Anything that helps other mums & dads is greatly appreciated. 🐞

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KirsteyJames
KirsteyJames16 days ago

My daughter is moving into a toddler bed next week when her room has been redecorated some of these are handy to make sure she is safe now she can wander out of her bed πŸ™ˆ i need some of them things to go in the plug sockets too.

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tumblespots
tumblespots
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16 days ago

Glad to help share some useful safety tips, just in time it seems KirsteyJames 🐞

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parv2503
parv250316 days ago

Very cool bath safety gizmos!!!! They also look much nicer than the nine slip bath mats!! Although I've managed to slip on a non slip mat a number of times!! Great for my father too, as I worry about him too!!we have plug blankers all over the place! And we had gone back to cupboard locks that you have to open a crack and use your finger inside, due to having fitted magnetic ones.

The magnetic ones not only worked temprementaly ( if that's how its spelt) but scratched our new high gloss doors as they pick up debris! !!!!

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tumblespots
tumblespots
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16 days ago

Glad you like some of the items πŸ›€ 🐞

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MichelleKe42857
MichelleKe4285716 days ago

These are great to stop doors slamming, you turn them to which ever way you need them

Happy Hands Door Stopper - Pink (2 Pack) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LW0BHWQ/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_jjjgEbZ2NF8HX

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tumblespots
tumblespots
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16 days ago

Thanks very much for the tip MichelleKe42857 🐞

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig16 days ago

I child proofed my house as soon as my son learnt to crawl. Unfortunately he figured out how to pull the corner tabs off the coffee table, no matter how many I put on he just pulls them off! All our drawers have locks on them, he has a playpen and stairgates. I like the Idea of the bath stickers.

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tumblespots
tumblespots
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16 days ago

I thought the bath stickers were a good idea too. Our son opened our new stairgate the first time he saw it, no trouble at all! Not very funny for us... 🐞

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MrsCraig
MrsCraig16 days ago

tumblespots he can't open the stairgate luckily, but he climbs up the stairs whenever we leave it open.

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