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Top 3 Areas You Must Childproof in Your Kitchen ... And Which Childproof Door Locks Above the Door To Use

  Are you overwhelmed at the thought of childproofing your house? Thankfully, when you’re just getting used to having a baby around (and getting used to surviving on 3 hours of sleep a night), childproofing concerns are still far away. You’ve got a lot of baby stages to go through before you really need to worry about making your house safe. But once baby starts crawling, it’s time. In this new series of videos, I’m going to share with you 3 areas of your house you need to childproof. And today, let’s focus on the kitchen, along with which childproof door locks above the door to use ...   Kitchen cabinets and drawers Here you probably store cleaning supplies, knives,...

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How a Child Proof Lock For Door Can STOP Your Toddler From Invading Siblings' Rooms

Is your toddler constantly barging into your pre-teen’s room? Listen, there are a lot of great things about having siblings so far apart in age. But the whole privacy issue is not one of them. Your older child is coming into their own, and they want a space to themselves – away from the prying eyes and hands of a 2-year-old. Hi, I’m Jessica, founder of Millow Market and mommy to two young girls. And today I want to share with you a child proof lock for door that can solve your sibling woes. But first, let’s talk about what you DON’T want. The kind of childproof door lock you DON'T want You DON’T want child proof door locks made of...

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3 MORE Ways to Child Proof a Door Handle or Lever

  Today, I’m going to share with you 3 MORE ways to child proof a door handle or lever. If you read my last blog, I shared 3 ways you could make your door handle – or lever – childproof. And today, I’ve got a few more. Replace your door handle with door knobs This will work for very young children, because doors with lever handles are the easiest kind to open. All the child has to do is pull the handle, and they’re off. If you have door knobs, on the other hand, it takes some serious dexterity to get them open. Early toddlers probably can’t do it yet. So, if you have some knobs laying around, this may...

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3 Ways To Safely Child Proof a Door Handle

  Today, I’m going to share with you 3 ways you can child proof a door handle. Hi, I’m Jessica, founder of Millow Market and mommy to 2 young girls. A few years ago, we moved and our new house had door handles – or levers – instead of knobs. They look amazing, until you realize that childproofing them is next to impossible. I spent hours on research and came up with these 3 ways to babyproof them. Be sure to stick around to the end, because I’m going to tell you the method I ended up using and how it worked out.     Child proof door locks that block the lever from turning  These locks attach to your...

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Do Your Child Proof Door Locks Work on Lever Handles?

  Are you tearing your hair out trying to find a child proof door lock that will work whether you have door knobs or lever handles? I know there are quite a few people who have unique knobs or levers on their doors, and childproofing those doors can be a lot harder than it sounds. Listen, I was one of those people. For quite a while, we had door knobs and used those cheap plastic door knob covers for babyproofing. I hated them. They pinched by skin every time I tried to use them, and they never worked quite right. I always ended up with scratches and red marks on my hands trying to turn the lock when those covers were...

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