baby home safety.
think about your space
Get down on your hands and knees and take a tour of your space. It will help you spot those sharp-edged coffee tables, trip-causing rugs and exposed electrical plugs.
Use safety gates to keep your little one in a baby-safe zone. You might only need to block a doorway or two, or you might have more unique space needs such as a wide-open family room.
get every helping hand
There's no substitute for the presence of a responsible adult, but you can't watch every second. Check out equipment that helps you change your space, like covers and guards, as well as monitors that offer peace of mind.
where gates fit in.
Permanent gates are screwed into the wall, holding firm against enthusiastic kids. Mobile pressure-mounted gates easily move from room to room. While they are quite sturdy, play it safe and never use one at the top of stairs.
make it fit your home
Stylish stained and painted wood gates can match your home's decor. Also consider mesh or fabric gates for protection that doesn't block your view of your baby.