How to baby proof your backyard

Published by 
Jess Miller
Last updated: 
August 30, 2018
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Oh no, the big scary and dangerous outdoors. If you thought you had to be cautious baby proofing the inside your house then you had better be doubly so when scouting for child hazards outside.

What you are trying to do is eliminate as many possible hazards to your little one as possible. Cleaning up backyard dangers makes supervising your baby much easier as you are not constantly running to your baby to stop them from dangerous activities.

Plants

If you have a baby then it will come as no surprise to you that your little done has attempted to put something in its mouth. This is natural and all part of your babies learning process.

Outside, however, there are all manner of plant life and vegetation

Clear the poop

If you have a baby then it will come as no surprise to you that your little done has attempted to put something in its mouth. This is natural and all part of your babies learning process.

Outside, however, there are all manner of plant life and vegetation

Make that green thumb truly green

You can use baby proofing your back yard as good excuse to clean up that clutter that you have started to accumulate. Those old tires in the corner of the yard. The old window panes behind the shed. Do you really need it?

Cleaning up all this rubbish is a simple step to making your back yard baby safe.

Do you use heavy chemicals to kill weeds or fertilizer pellets to help grow plants? That will have to stop. Your little one can easily get sick from [email protected]@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@

Fortunately this does mean you have to let your precious plants grown and your weeds thrive. You can simply switch over to natural pesticides and fertilizers. By making the swap you will keep both your plants and baby healthy.

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