Child Proof Perfect ( Momimhar posted on December 15th, 2012 )

If you have kids then you know that it is important to child-proof your home. Furniture is often overlooked, but it shouldn’t be because kids have been severely injured by furniture. There are ways to reduce the risk as much as possible so that you and your kids can have fun without the risk of injury.

Keeping Things in Their Place

A table leg leveler is one of the easiest ways to do this. If a table is wobbling back and forth this could lead to injury. For example, if you have a wobbly coffee table and your small child climbs onto it, when it wobbles he or she could lose his or her balance and fall off. Since kids like to climb and no one has eyes in the back of their heads, it is important to make sure that all tables are strong and steady just in case the kids ends up climbing onto it.

Drawer Locks

Dressers are heavy items and when you have a drawer open, they can become even heavier. Say you left the top drawer open, well your child can pull on this and pull the entire dresser onto him or her. This could be a very dangerous accident. One way to help prevent this is to put locks on the drawers. If the drawers cannot be opened, then the child will not be able to hang on them and risk pulling the entire piece of furniture onto him or herself.

Keep Cords Out of Sight

Kids are curious and will do so many things to try and figure out this world. Cords can be easily pulled and whatever it is attached to can come crashing down. For example, if your computer monitor cord is right where your child can grab onto it, he or she may pull the cord and then the monitor may fall onto your child. This could cause serious injury. So, make sure that all cords are placed in a way that a child is not able to get to them and start tugging. Clustering cords with plastic pull ties and then securing them under a desk or to a wall is a quick and easy way to keep your child safe.

COMMENTS: 11 Comments »

Categories: child safety, home, kids

11 responses

  1. Arlene says:

    for the safe of safety for kids and everyone at home, it is good to use drawers and plastic drawers to keep things in place.

  2. Child-proofing your house is a must when you have a small children running around such as yours mare.. Happy New Year!

  3. Angel says:

    Having a child proof environment is very essential. Especially if you’re a full time mom and hands on with everything. Things can get overwhelming and having a home or area that is suited for kids helps mom’s or parents worry too much.

  4. jheylo says:

    yes! for the same of our little ones safety, we should child proof our home especially the electric outlets, corners of the tables, drawers, doors and anything in the kitchen.

  5. Oh, definitely child proof the house when you have kids. True they are very curious and they are into everything. I mean, everything that they can reach. So curious little ones! I have to get things out of their site and reach if it is something dangerous for them.

  6. Hyanne says:

    It is really important to make the home safe when there’s kids around you may never know what they will do with their curiosity on every thing.

  7. claire says:

    Safety of the kids are very important when it comes to choosing the right drawers for home and school use.

  8. It is true when you have small kids you need the child proof thingy. I can relate since I have two small kids.

  9. Just yesterday my niece was wounded by the scotch tape dispenser. It could’ve been avoided if our drawers have locks in them. Great tips!

  10. Child’s safety should always be on top of our priorities. We not underestimate their curiosity in trying out all that they see.

  11. Rcel says:

    We absolutely need our home to be child-proof to make them safe. Good thing that child proof materials are just available so it’s easy to do it lang!

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