(BPT) - From a very young age, you’ve integrated safety into your daily life. You learned to look both ways before crossing the street or to buckle up in a car. These things become second nature. If you welcome a precious little bundle of joy into the world, you naturally want to pass on those same safety measures to your children.
September is Baby Safety Month. Whether you’re expecting or already have a baby, now is a great time to make sure you’re fully prepared when it comes to safety. It’s important to take the time to re-evaluate your home and daily routines to ensure that you’re doing all you can to provide a safe haven for your little ones.
There are important things you need to do before your baby arrives that you might not have considered. In time for Baby Safety Month, Kimberlee Mitchell, child safety expert and spokesperson for the American Cleaning Institute’s KEY Pledge laundry safety campaign, offers important safety tips that will help you provide a healthy home for your baby. Use these tips as a checklist as you prepare for your new baby:
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