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Tips for keeping baby safe about travel and bath
2016-05-13 09:51:19
Car seat 
You probably already know, but baby should be kept in the backseat in a rear-facing infant car seat in the middle of the car. Although many of today's car seats are exceptionally safe for little one, you can't always control whether or not you get into a car accident, so you want to keep baby as safe as possible. Your rear-facing seat will prevent the front seats from being pushed back onto baby in the event of a collision. While it can be stressful worrying about baby when you can't see him or her, this is the safest way for your little one to ride in the car. 
You should always keep an eye on the temperature of your baby's bath water. Whether your precious one is in the sink or a tub, the water should be comfortably warm. You can test it by dipping your elbow in the water. Keep in mind that baby tubs are not safety devices, so you should always keep an eye on your baby while he or she is bathing. You should never, ever, not once, leave the room while your baby is taking a bath. This is the same rule about leaving a toddler in the pool if only for "a moment." It's just too easy to get distracted and end in tragedy. 
Stay smoke-free 
Although people know how bad smoking is for themselves and the people around them, they choose to do it anyway. In the case of your baby's health, make sure that those around your little one are smoke-free, or not smoking around him or her. Don't allow visitors to smoke in your home or car. If they must smoke while at your home, tell them to go outside, wash their hands and face and change their clothes before picking up and holding your baby.

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