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How can I make my house safe for my baby's eyes?

As soon as your baby begins to crawl you will need to make sure your house is safe for your inquisitive explorer. Your house contains lots of objects which are a potential hazard for your baby. Objects such as pens, hangers, scissors, and thumb tacks should be kept out of reach. Equally, chemicals and aerosols should be kept in a locked cabinet. You can also read more about childproofing your home here.
 
Here are some tips to help you keep your home safe for baby’s eyes.
  • Avoid toys that have any sharp points. Keep toys for older children out of their way.
  • Keep chemicals out of their way, in a locked cupboard or on a high shelf
  • Use safety gates at the top and bottom of the stairs
  • Place pads over corners of sharp furniture
 
If your baby does receive an eye injury then seek urgent medical attention. 

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