You should begin baby proofing your home as soon as you hit the third trimester. Not only will you be protecting the baby whenever he or she arrives, but you also be helping yourself avoid unnecessary bumps and bruises at your most vulnerable stage. Go through this list to make sure that you've covered everything and are ready for the new addition to the family!
Make sure your active toddlers don't wander off into trouble with baby gates and enclosures.
Keep an eye (or rather, an ear) on your baby while cooking or doing the laundry.
Bath time can be fun and safe with these devices.
Make your kitchen a safe place for your baby in case he or she decides to wander in and help Mummy or Daddy prepare dinner.
Put away any potentially dangerous objects, even on high counter tops, and store them in a safe place that your curious youngster will be unable to reach.
These gadgets will help prevent accidents, will save your from worry, and your baby from tears.
Better safe than sorry!