Parents of newborns can’t help but feel excited whenever their babies show signs of physical development, like growth by the inches, increase in weight, and more. But how do parents actually know if their children are growing normally and properly?
We often see them in bars, but other forms are also found in homes. Stools have become widely used furniture pieces, and they sure have a colorful and interesting history. You see, in England, a stool was originally a seat for just one person. Unlike chairs, stools have no back and can be transferred or moved.
Bathrooms can become a very dangerous place, especially for kids. Except when potty training, bathing, and brushing their teeth, children need to be blocked off from the bathrooms, as there are many potential risks. There’s the possibility of drowning even in just an inch-high of water in the tub, or slipping and falling. In North America alone, about 20,000 deaths were reported to have been caused by falls and slips. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) also reported that about 110 kids under the age of 5 have drowned in and around the house. Most cases involve children being left unattended in a bathtub. So it is really important to childproof bathrooms. Here are some important bathroom childproofing tips: