Children are naturally curious. They might be playing with their toys in the living room one minute, and then dashing outside to catch butterflies the next. Unless parents are equipped with sensors and gadgets that will detect their children’s movements, it is impossible for parents to keep their sight on their little ones at all times.
What they can do is to prevent accidents and other untoward incidents to happen by childproofing their homes. This is a widely accepted fact in good parenting. Most will give utmost attention to bedrooms and playrooms as these are places that children spend most of their time in.
But similar focus should also be granted to places that they may less frequently visit yet present the same amount of danger or more, such as the basements and the bathrooms. There are many ways to childproof a bathroom. Here are six of them.
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