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What are some safety precautions I should take for my twelve to fifteen month old child at home?
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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Be cautious
As babies learn to walk, they will grab anything to hold on, including electrical cords attached to coffee pots.
Babies fall often at this stage and furniture with sharp edges or stonework may be dangerous. They seek out water and are at risk of drowning in buckets, toilets or tubs. Some have wondered out of the house into the street at this age.

In brief: Be cautious
As babies learn to walk, they will grab anything to hold on, including electrical cords attached to coffee pots.
Babies fall often at this stage and furniture with sharp edges or stonework may be dangerous. They seek out water and are at risk of drowning in buckets, toilets or tubs. Some have wondered out of the house into the street at this age.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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Dr. Mark Diamond
I addition think what your child will be able to do in 6 moths and take steps to protect at that age
Dr. Cindy Williams
Pediatrics
In brief: Safety
Way too much for 400 letters! Try: http://www.
babycenter.com/0_childproofing-around-the-house_460.bc. Safety and health concerns should also be discussed at your well child visits.

In brief: Safety
Way too much for 400 letters! Try: http://www.
babycenter.com/0_childproofing-around-the-house_460.bc. Safety and health concerns should also be discussed at your well child visits.
Dr. Cindy Williams
Dr. Cindy Williams
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