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  1. Pressure-Mounted Gates!

    Pressure-Mounted Gates Infographic

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  2. Baby Proofing Checklist: Things to keep in mind before coming home with your newborn baby

    Parents remember to baby-proof their homes when a new baby arrives however, they often overlook doing the same for their vehicles. Before you even get into the car, think about the items you will need to safeguard your vehicle to help reduce potentially unsafe areas and keep your baby comfortable.

    Car Safety Tips

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  3. Baby Proofing Checklist: Products to add to your Kitchen for extra safety

    It’s often said, the kitchen is the heart of the home and where families spend the most time together. With that in mind, keeping the kitchen area as safe as possible is vital for children to help eliminate potentially unsafe areas. 

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  4. On-the-go safety essentials to pack for the holiday season

     

    Holiday Travel Tips

    Whether you’re planning a long drive to a relative’s house or a flight across time zones, our suggestions below will help keep your family safer, sound and sane during your holiday visits.

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  5. Useful safety tips for the holiday season!

    Holiday Safety Tips

     

    With holiday excitement in the air, safety proofing might not be top of mind when beginning to decorate your home.

    Here are 5 easy ways you can make help make your home safer for children amidst the holidays!

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  6. Baby Proofing Checklist: Basic items to add to your baby's room

    As you begin to plan out your baby’s room, your new bundle of joy is sure to spend quite a bit of time in their nursery. The nursery is the place for your little one to rest and grow, ensure its baby proofed so they can rest comfortably - and as parents can rest comfortably too.

    Ideally, parenting experts recommend starting as early as three months before your due date to ensure you give yourself enough time - should your little one decide to come a little early.