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Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Babysitting – Keep Your Babies Safe



When you are traveling with your baby, it is always important that you prioritize your baby’s safety before yours. Always keep in mind that you have a baby with you in whatever you do and to follow these tips:
  • For Hook-On Chairs: Make sure that the baby’s feet is far enough for it to reach table supports, benches or chairs for him not to be able to accidentally kick or dislodge the chair from the table or from the object. Refrain from using hook-on chairs on unstable tables or tables having only one pedestal or support.
  • Fasten the Straps: Make sure that you have a chair with a reliable strap. This means that it should be easy to remove and fastens tight enough to keep the baby from getting off the chair.
  • Check the Security of the Chair: Pull the chair backwards to check if it is already clamped securely to the table before you put your baby in it. This will prevent the possibility of the baby falling off in those situations where he or she moves too much.
  • Do Not Leave Your Child Unattended: Crimes involving kidnapped kids and babies are on the rise and some are often related to parent’s negligence. Always make sure that you do not leave your child alone in whatever you do unless someone whom you can trust is watching over them. If you need to leave your baby for a while, at least ask the security to watch over your child as you attend to whatever you need to attend to.
When it comes to your kid, you can never be too sure when it comes to his or her safety. Always make an effort to keep your child safe from any possible problem. If you have the option of leaving your child to someone whom you can trust like a relative, then that would be preferable unless you are moving somewhere else and you need to bring your baby along.

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