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  1. Alex says:

    So much helpful

  2. Thank you for sharing this tips with us. It is absolute to make sure that your child is safe even during as sleep.

    • Janelle Reid says:

      @Richard Knepp, we are glad the article was helpful!

  3. Anthony E. says:

    With these helpful tips parents can always keep their Children safe. Glad to read.

  4. Marria says:

    Such helpful tips. Thanks for sharing with us.

    • Danielle says:

      I’m so glad to hear they were helpful, Marria. Thanks for visiting The Baby Sleep Site!

  5. Sandra says:

    I always worry about my children safety and mostly about electricity. From now on, I am gonna take some desition for their safety. Thanks for your article on this topics. It is so helpful.

    • Neosha says:

      @Sandra – Thank you for reading, and you’re very welcome! Please stop back in to see us again soon.

  6. Melanie says:

    My toddler will not be deterred by those simple electrical plugs. I think they work fine for younger babies without advanced motor skills, but we’ve had to upgrade to the more complicated plates. I hadn’t realized though that I could get wire gaurds…oops, I think you meant guards! That would be a fantastic addition to our home, because for some reason wires are a toddler magnet! Thanks for the awesome article!

    • Janelle Reid says:

      @Melanie, thank you for your comment, I am glad the article was helpful! I didn’t think about wire guards myself either until I read this one. 🙂 Thank you for using the Baby Sleep Site as a resource!

  7. maira saddad says:

    Thanks for your Great article! its Extremely helpful, I am planning to buy furniture online.

    • Janelle Reid says:

      @Maria Saddad – Thank you for reading! We are so glad the article has been helpful. 🙂

  8. Sleep Center says:

    Yes, you are right! It’s very important to make sure that you don’t have anything in your toddler’s room that may harm your child especially falling furniture pieces & reachable electric sockets. Babies are just unpredictable and can get to any place anytime.

    • Neosha says:

      @Sleep Center – Thank you for stopping in to our sleepy little village and for your comment. This is SO very true – babies are quite flexible and can get into things you wouldn’t generally expect them to! It’s always a great idea to check and double check your proofing, and, if possible, get another set of eyes on it, just to be safe and sure. Thank you again, and please keep reading!

  9. Suzan says:

    Make sure to start using caps for your electrical sockets early and often too!

    • Danielle says:

      Hi Suzan,
      A great and important comment, thank you! We appreciate you stopping by our sleep little village 🙂

  10. We liked the idea of installing a safeplate for the electric outlets. Babies are very smart, and could outwit adults easily. We would however suggest, that baby proofing be done even before the kids leave their cribs and start to walk around. One can never predict freak accidents. Safety should always be prioritized when babies come into our lives.

    • Janelle Reid says:

      @Katherine Zeta, Thank you for commenting! You are right, babies are so smart and you never know what they may do or get into – they sure do get places quickly and sneakily sometimes. Thanks for reading!

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