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Nothing Worth Having is Easy: Preparing Your Home for Parenthood While Being Disabled

In life, we will all be faced with great challenges. Parenthood is by far one of the biggest, and when you’re disabled, it can be a terrifying challenge to take on. There are many things that you can do to prepare your life and your home for parenthood that will make you and your family feel safe and secure. Follow some of these tips and you’ll have a great start for when your new child comes home....

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10 Steps to Childproofing Your Baby’s Bedroom

Your children will spend a lot of time in their bedroom, whether it is sleeping or playing, and we want the place they spend the most time in to be safe. The most important step in making sure of that is to supervise them, but there are several childproofing steps to take as well. So how do you make sure that your child's bedroom is as safe as it can be?...

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Child Safety: 5 Important In-Home Water Safety Tips

Being comfortable in your own home is obviously a good thing—that is, until you get a little too comfortable and let your guard down around these common child safety hazards. Because it can be so easy to forget to do the simple daily things that keep our kids out of harm's way, we have taken it upon ourselves to remind you of a few simple, in-home water safety tips....

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Top 5 Things to Look for in New Baby Gates for Your Home 

Crawling is one of the most exciting milestones your baby reaches. Watching them learn to get around on their own is beautiful and hilarious to watch. However, your baby's newfound mobility also presents a whole new set of risks for their safety. Potential risks and dangers are much more accessible to a crawling baby. Your child will easily venture near stairs, doorways, and hazardous rooms such as the kitchen. If you have pets, the risks may be greater. It's vital to ensure your baby stays in safe areas of the house that are free from danger. Properly outfitting your home with the right...

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