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Tips on Childproofing Your Home

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We can better protect our children, particularly youngsters between the ages of one and four, by effectively childproofing our homes and the homes where our children spend time. Sadly, children between the ages of one and four are more likely to be killed by fire, burns, drowning, choking, poisoning, or falls than by any other means.

Your Growing Child: Infants 8-12 months

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By twelve months old your baby is about to embark on a whole new journey: walking. Help her learn by allowing her to crawl freely and supporting her while she attempts to pull herself up.

Your Growing Child: Infants 4-7 months

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Babies four to seven months old love to engage with the people around them and will continue to show that they are interested in you by smiling, babbling, kicking, and waving their arms.

Your Growing Child: Birth to Three Months

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Within the first three months, your baby will begin to smile and track people and objects with his eyes. He may also discover his own feet and hands as well as develop the ability to lift his head and turn towards sounds.

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