Babies love to play with the things found in a purse, whether yours or guests. Some of these things can be very dangerous to your baby, like medications, nail files, pens, cosmetics and other small objects.
Cleaning your home
Of course, you should make sure all cleaning products are out of reach of the baby when they are stored, but also, keep this in mind as you are using them. It’s very easy to get busy cleaning and turn your back, just long enough for them to get into something dangerous. Use the sink instead of a mop bucket. Your baby can drown in a small amount of water, not to mention what is in the water may be harmful to them.
Make sure none of your furniture lamps, or decorations are easily tipped over. Keep their high chair away from walls and other surfaces they can use for leverage to push it, possibly tipping it over. No furniture that has chipping or peeling paint should be allowed in the house with your baby. And if you do have furniture that should be anchored to a wall, please do so!
Check out the rooms of your house often and remember to check them from your baby’s point of view. Get down on the floor to look for possible hazards.