safety (9)

  • safety buyers guide

    As soon as they can poke, crawl and grab, your little explorer will want to find out as much about their world as they can. As your little one grows from baby to toddler, they get even more cheeky and intelligent, which calls for some added safety measures. For advice on baby-proofing all the nooks and crannies in your home, our child safety guides take the different ages into account, from rolling little babies to niftily climbing toddlers.

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  • home safety

    From that first day you bring your baby home from the hospital, to the morning your child skips off to school, you want your home to be a safe, warm and comfy place for your little one. As they start to grab, crawl and walk, your baby will be poking, gumming and trying everything in their path

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  • how to prevent children's accidents

    As your bold little explorer starts to become more mobile and discover their world, it’s time to baby-proof your home. With some thought and planning, you can do a lot to make sure that your child is safe. Here are some of the main hazards in the home, and our tips to prevent accidents:

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  • in car safety

    Now that you have a baby along for the ride, you might find you have a few more things to think about than simply 'mirror, signal, manoeuvre'. Here are our top tips to keep your little one comfy and safe when taking them out in the car with you.

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  • cot bed safety

    We all know that lulling your baby to sleep isn't the easiest of tasks, so the last thing you need is for their cot to put up a fight too. Luckily, dropside cots and cot beds can make bedding little ones down less of a Herculean task. That said, we know that safety comes above everything else. Here's all the need-to-knows to help your baby sleep, well, like a baby.

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  • stroller safety

    A good stroller is one of the best buys you'll ever make as a parent: you and your growing baby will see and do so much more with a well-designed pushchair to take the strain. But with such a precious cargo to transport, you'll want to be sure you've got a safe stroller and you know how to use it. So here is our guide for ensuring your little passenger has a smooth, safe and comfy ride.

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  • second hand advice

    Having a new baby is an expensive time, and it’s tempting to save a few pounds by buying second-hand. It could be that you already have hand-me-downs from older siblings or relatives have passed things on to you. Re-using baby kit is great – but there are some things to be wary of:

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  • trampoline safety guide

    Who doesn't love bouncing? As well as being tremendous fun for all ages, trampolines are a great way to keep fit. Getting in a bit of jumping everyday gets the heart pumping and improves balance and coordination skills. And the bouncy surface absorbs shock, so there's no stress on the joints, either. That’s a whole lot of healthy exercise equipment to have in the back garden.

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  • baby monitor guide

    When you're expecting, it can feel like the list of new stuff you have to buy is practically never-ending. And the more parents you speak to, the longer the list is likely to grow. There's one item, however, that most parents (new and experienced) will agree is a must-have: the baby monitor.

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