September was national baby safety month, and while we are concerned for our children’s safety every month of the year, we try to raise awareness in September as well. This week we discussed tips for baby proofing your home, along with a few other important topics.
- September is the month to increase awareness concerning child safety. To read more about what is being done see “September Is National Baby Safety Month.”
- Crib safety is one of the most important areas in baby safety. The kind of crib and how you lay your baby in it may well prevent SIDS from claiming your child. For crib safety tips read “Crib Safety- Preventative Measures.”
- Is any parent truly ever prepared for the birth of their newborn? Maybe not, but safety needs to be one of your top concerns, before you ever bring your baby home from the hospital. For tips on getting prepared read “Tips On Preparing For Your Newborns Arrival.”
- To swaddle or not to swaddle is the question on many parent’s minds lately. To read the benefits, and the cons, to swaddling check out “To Swaddle Or Not To Swaddle? That’s The New Parental Question.”
- Drop-down cribs have been causing concern for quite a while now; read why, and what is being done about it in: “State Groups Working To Replace Unsafe Drop-Down Baby Cribs.”
- Finally, we talked about ways to baby-proof your home, and whether it is truly ready for a child.