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7 Tips For Keeping Your Baby’s Room Safe 

When decorating your baby’s room, you want to make sure that it’s a healthy balance of style and also safety.  Since your baby will be spending a considerable amount of time in their room, you wanna make sure that they are as secure as possible. Consider some of these practical tips for making sure that you prevent a dangerous atmosphere in your child’s room. 

Avoid Toys in Crib 

You may get a lot of gifts when your baby is first born and you may be tempted to put gifts like small bears inside of your baby’s crib.  However, you should avoid putting any toys in or around your baby’s bed. They could suffocate or choke on any toys, so make sure that you steer clear of putting them anywhere near where your child sleeps. That goes for any other small objects that they could potentially swallow. 

No Loose Blankets 

In addition to avoiding objects in their bed like toys, you should also avoid loose blankets. To keep your baby warm during the first few months of their life you should swaddle or use a sleep sack. The last thing you want is your baby to get tangled or suffocated by a loose blanket.

Cover Electrical Sockets 

As your baby begins to become more mobile, they’ll start to get more and more curious. It’s not uncommon for children to try and stick their fingers or other objects inside of electrical sockets. It is advisable to cover your electrical sockets with proactive devices to avoid your child getting electrocuted.

Choose the Right Mattress Size 

It’s important that whatever mattress you put inside your child’s crib is perfectly fitted for the mattress and that there are no gaps between the mattress and crib itself. Ideally, you should not be able to insert more than two fingers between the mattress and the crib. 

Keep Electrical Items Far From Crib  

Once your baby starting to reach for things, they may start to attempt to pull things into their crib. Make sure that any cords connected to lamps or nightlights are far from where they can reach. Not only do they risk pulling it into the crib and potentially hurting themselves, but it could start a fire on their bedding. 

Keep Windows Locked 

Children are naturally curious. So, make sure that you keep all windows closed and locked to avoid them falling out. As they get older, they may spend more time unattended in their bedroom outside of their crib, so you want to make sure that you have peace of mind. 

Consider a Camera 

Security cameras are relatively affordable nowadays and can increase the level of safety. It’s reassuring to be able to check in on your baby as needed to ensure that they are safe and their room is free of hazards. 

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