Sunday, 28 June 2015

Giveaway: Safetots Self Closing Baby Gate

Baby gates are one of the absolute necessities when you have a baby/toddler. We have one on our living room door and one at the top of the stairs. You can never be too careful with children and containing them in one room, away from the stairs in particular is obviously important - you literally can't take your eyes off the children for a minute!

We also have catches on our cupboard doors to ensure that little fingers aren't grabbing pots, pans, dishwasher tablets,...! We also like to keep certain items completely out of reach, like cleansers or perfumes - kids get into EVERYTHING so it is so important to be safe.

With that in mind I have a little giveaway for a Self-closing babysafety gate by Safetots.



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36 comments:

  1. Move things out of reach. Keep your eye on them. Lock kitchen cupboards.

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  2. safety locks on kitchen cupboards, windows etc

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  3. plug socket covers, cupboard locks and window locks x

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  4. relax there is nothing more upsetting for a little one to be constantly told to leave things alone. Declutter before the baby come along and keep the clutter under control.

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  5. Just the general stuff like child locks on cupboards, plug covers, keeping stuff on worktops away from the edge, keeping flexes from hanging over the edge, and don't have blind cords hanging down.x

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  6. make sure plug sockets are covered x

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  7. Locks on cupboards, especially where cleaning things are kept, bleach etc x

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  8. One thing we found an absolute god send was the door stoppers .. my baby is absolutely fascinated with doors!

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  9. cover plug sockets and put locks on cupboards

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  10. Put some plastic cups and plates in the lower drawers and lock all the others, so little one can enjoy messing some of the kitchen!

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  11. Make sure older siblings keeps toys such as Lego in a box in their own bedroom.

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  12. Child locks on anything dangerous and stair gates are a must!

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  13. Keep important stuff out of reach!

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  14. Child locks socket covers table corners and baby gate better safe then sorry

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  15. Cupboard locks! knowing little ones can't get in them will help ease your mind

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  16. I don't have a baby yet due in november but im guessing from the amount of cupboard catches my mum had when we were little, cupboard catches are a must to stop little hands getting at things they shouldn't!

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  17. cupboard locks and plug sockets.

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  18. locks on the cupboards, safety gate are a must. tach your child about safety as soon as possible you'd be surprised how fast a child cam understand when things should and shouldn't be touched use hand gestures as well as words.

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  19. Safety locks on all cupboards and plug socket covers

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  21. Vigilance. Never leave babies unattended for a moment. They can roll off surfaces, be attacked by a dog or toddlers can wander off and drown in fishponds.

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  22. Safety locks on all cupboards and plug socket covers

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  23. Put safety locks on everything

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  24. Never leave a baby unattended in the bath or on the bed etc.

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  25. Child safety hook for venetian blind cord

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  26. Make sure older children move their things to avoid accidents and breakages

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  27. Corners of tables are a massive problem with newly running toddlers! Cover them up!!! x

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  28. Make sure all plug sockets are covered

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  29. Don't let them stick their fingers in plug sockets!

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  30. Don't leave things within reach and safety locks on everything!

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  31. You just have to have eyes in the back of your head and make sure that you spend lots of time babyproofing before your little one arrives.

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  32. The pound shop sell plug protectors, they're great!

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