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Mother's Corner - Kids/Toddlers care
 
 
We believe that our home is cent percent safe for our KIDS. But it is not true in the case of TODDLERS. Many times they will upset our perceptions with their unbelievable acts. There are many books, CDs available in bookstalls and also many kid’s websites describing various preventive measures for ensuring the safety our curious toddlers. We consolidate a few of them for busy parents.
 
Bathing
 
  • Ensure bathroom door is closed always.
  • Never, leave a child in a tub unsupervised, not even for a few seconds.
  • Place a non-slip mat in the tub.
 
Bed
 
  • Place long pillows at sides or use a detachable rail to prevent falls from the new bed and/or put padding on the floor next to the bed.
 
Preventing Burns
 
  • Don't carry hot food or drink at one hand and the child at the other hand.
  • Keep hot food and drink away from edges of tables and counters.
  • Don't hold child while cooking at stove.
  • Turn pot handles toward back of stove.
 
Car
 
  • Install car seat properly, preferably in the middle of the back seat.
  • Ensure the door and windows are before staring car.
 
Clothing
 
  • Don't use clothing with drawstings.
 
Crib
 
  • Don't leave toys in crib, or anything else that would help child climb out, while child is sleeping.
  • Keep drop side of crib up and locked when you're not in the room.
 
 
Electrical outlets, cords and appliances
 
  • Put safety plugs or outlet covers in unused outlets or block with furniture.
  • Hide electrical cords behind furniture or use hide-a-cord device.
  • Keep blow dryers, toasters and other appliances unplugged and out of reach.
 
Preventing falls
 
  • Never leave child alone in a high chair or let him climb on furniture from which he can fall.
  • If railings have openings wider than 4 inches, block with plastic garden fencing, Plexiglas, or other material.
 
Keep away sharp edges
Keep knives, breakables, heavy pots and other dangerous items locked up or out of reach.
unsafe areas
Control access to unsafe areas with safety gates, door locks and knob covers.
Put locks or latches on accessible cabinets and drawers that house unsafe items.
Don't use tablecloths or placemats - child will pull them down and what's on them down.

Furniture
Secure furniture like bookcases, chests of drawers that can topple to the walls.
Keep televisions on low level furniture, pushed back as far as possible.
Secure tall, tipsy lambs behind furniture.

Poison proofing
Arrange your house and move the items like cleaning agents, medicines, vitamins, toiletries, mothballs, and other potentially toxic items out of reach or lock.
Avoid the toxic houseplants such as philodendron or move out of reach.

 
 
 
 
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