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Child Safety Advice

Tips on child safety in the home and around the house

As any family will atest to it, having children about the house means making some changes to your home to ensure children's safety. Children are naturally inquisitive and will try anything, whether they're inspired by their own imagination or movies and cartoons they watch.

  Child Safety Tips

Build a Safe Family Home

Build a Safe Family Home

Our home is an extremely important part of our lives. We all deserve to live in a happy home environment. But creating such a positive environment takes on added meaning and responsibility when you are the parents of young children, to make your home safe and happy.

Childproofing Your Bathroom

Childproofing Your Bathroom

When you are a parent, you start thinking differently of your home rooms, including your bathroom. As an adult you can easily understand potential dangers. To a child though every thing is an object for exploration and fun. Learn how to childproof your bathroom.

Childproofing Your Home

Childproofing Your Home

Making home childproof should be an important project for parents to ensure baby's safety around the house. There are many areas around the home that can be a potential hazard for the baby, or the child. It takes some forethought to figure out how to make your home safe.

Childproofing Your Kitchen

Childproofing Your Kitchen

Feeling safe at your home is one of the most essential things for any family. It may come as no surprise that kitchen is one of the areas that contains many dangers and hazards. Parents should take steps to childproof kitchen and protect them from potential harm.

Children Safety After School

Children Safety After School

What does your child do when alone at home, after coming back from school? Have you taught your children how to behave and what to do and not to do, when home alone? Here are five simple tips for teaching your kids how to stay safe at home, without an adult.

Children Safety Outdoors

Children Safety Outdoors

As everyone knows, especially parents, children love playing outdoors. The house steps, railing, swimming pool, lawn and garden all have a great appeal to inquisitive children. They can also pose a serious hazard if the children are left unattended.

Create a Safe Family Garden

Create a Safe Family Garden

You might not always acknowledge it, but the number one priority on every parent's mind is their family safety. This is especially so with children, be it at home or any place around home garden. Follow these tips to create more safety in your home garden.

Keeping Your Children Safe

Keeping Your Children Safe at Home

Safety should be your top concern as parents, when you have little ones running around the house. Your home should be made childproof, by anticipating what a child could do and by observing them. Here are three areas of concern for children safety at home.

Safe Family Bathroom

Creating Safe Family Bathroom

Your home should be a perfectly safe place for each member of your family, from young to old. Apart from the kitchen, family bathroom carries many potential risks, with slippery surfaces, medicine cabinets, etc. Follow our tips and learn how to create a safe family bathroom.

Tips for Childproofing Home

Tips for Childproofing Your Home

Every aspect of your life changes when you have a child. Not least when it comes to designing your perfect home. You home should have a happy environment, but child safety must enter into your calculations. Here are three home design tips for parents of young children.


There's no limit to the child's imagination when interacting with their surroundings. As the parents know from experience, sometime it takes quite a wit to predict how child will react to different things around the house.

The good thing is that childproofing your home is not that difficult and can be quickly accomplished. It might take some corrections and upgrades as you observe your child or children's behaviour and find the ways to prevent them from harm.

Children playing on a trampoline
Children love fun! They're naturally inquisitive and every object is a potential play thing for them. It's up to parents to protect and watch over them, and teach them what is safe and what's not. (Image: Pixabay.com)