Childproofing your back yard as a new father is probably not one of the things that you think about as a new dad, especially if you are a new parent and have just brought baby home. You have probably already baby proofed the inside, now it is time to take a trip into your back yard. Children love to play outside and they should be in a childproof back yard.
Tips for a new father childproofing his back yard should be similar to childproofing the house. Keep sharp and hazardous objects out of the reach of children. If you don't have a shed or garage now is the time to get a storage building.
Here are a few tips for childproofing your back yard.
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
One of the most overlooked dangers in a house is the bathroom. Every bathroom should be child-proofed especially if you have children. What could possibly hurt a child in such a small room? Everything. Think of the bathroom as a child's playroom. Water is fun to children and it draws their attention. The same "fun" to a child can be deadly.
If your friends have kids have you ever noticed that absolutely every part of their home, their yard, and absolutely everything is child proofed? If you have kids you want to protect them and short of putting them in a bubble, you can never be too safe. Here are several articles about childproofing your house and yard.