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Child-proofing Tips and Resources

tech <p><span><span>Electrical outlets, cords, cleaning products, germs, lead paint, small objects, sharp objects, heavy objects, stairs, hardwood floors, sharp corners, pets, door jams, windows, and, and, and....</span></span></p> <div><a href= "https://s3.amazonaws.com/files.usmre.com/5388/blog/misc/childproofing.jpg"> </a></div> <div><span><span>Having a child can make your once cozy, comfy home seem like a danger zone with hazards at every turn. Often times new parents are also first time homeowners, and on top of everything else associated with owning a new home, the challenge of how to make this home safe for a child or new baby can be overwhelming.</span></span></div> <div><span><span>Somewhere between putting your child in a bubble and letting them run with scissors there is a right way for <i>you</i> to child proof your home. There are numerous Websites available to help guide you in the process of making your home safe. We're giving you a few local resources in and around Arlington to get you started.</span></span></div> <div><span><a href= "http://www.safesolutionschildproofing.com/index.html"><span>Safe Solutions of New England</span></a><span>. Home safety evaluation and installation of child safety products.</span></span></div> <div><span><a href= "http://www.arlingtonfamilyconnection.org/resources/safety.html"><span> Arlington Family Connection</span></a><span>. Child Safety Resources, including:</span></span></div> <div><span><a href= "http://www.arlingtonfamilyconnection.org/resources/safety.html#general"> <span>General Safety</span></a></span><span><a href= "http://www.arlingtonfamilyconnection.org/resources/safety.html#window"><span>Window Safety</span></a></span><span><a href= "http://www.arlingtonfamilyconnection.org/resources/safety.html#playground"><span>Playground Safety</span></a></span><span><a href= "http://www.arlingtonfamilyconnection.org/resources/safety.html#bike"><span>Bicycle Safety</span></a></span></div> <div><span><span>And remember, nothing child-proofs a home better than an educated parent, good planning and common sense.</span></span></div>

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