Well this baby looks like she's on a mission to quickly scoot from one place to another, doesn't she?
Once your baby discovers those strong arms and little legs can move her across the room, it's time to babyproof your home. All of us with little ones have invested in everything from baby gates to cabinet and drawer locks to plugs for electrical outlets, turning our homes into fortresses to keep baby safe along the way.
So what happens when Grandma watches the baby at her home? It's time to invest in the basics to leave at Grandma's house, such as outlet plugs and a gate to close off stairs. After all, Grandma might not have had a baby in the house for more than 25 years, and her place needs some safety features.
It's also worth walking around the house with Grandma to see what could be attractive to your baby and ask Grandma, nicely, to make a few changes. Here's where to start:
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