Oliver is a little maniac and has already figured out how to open these safety locks. I’m gonna have to watch him extra careful.
After reading about the Staker family last year, I’ve been extremely paranoid with bath tubs.
I’ve had a hard time with this one. I just love to actually BURN candles, something so soothing about the little flame flickering. Sean hates it when I burn them, so I TRY to use the warmers.
Recently Oliver has figured out how to climb out of his crib. He actually only did it once because he fell so hard while attempting it. So thankfully he learned his lesson (for now). A few days after this happened I had a dream that he climbed over the banister and fell. I woke up in tears and my heart beating so fast I felt like it really happened.
We recently had an alarmed installed, and boy do I feel much safer at night. I sleep way better knowing my family is safe inside our home.
Sean gets after me about this because I always forget to do it when I open the blinds. I’ve been better about it though.
This is such a high drawer and it’s PERFECT for all sharp items. I’m proud to say that none of my kids have given themselves a hair cut thanks to this drawer.
I just think it’s a good idea to always keep your doors locked even when you’re home. Things have changed dramatically since we were younger. I grew up NEVER locking doors, roaming the neighborhood with my friends, and even walking to the store on my own. It’s just not safe anymore, sad to say, but it is what it is and we need to protect our kids.
Ever since the Elizabeth Smart incident I’ve been a lot more cautious about keeping windows locked at night. You never know.
Now what are some things YOU do to keep your home and kids safe?
For more safety tips go to www.thesafestline.com