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    Thanks for all the replies and suggestions. It feels like I am on the right track.
    I just wish I had eyes in the back of my head too :-)

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    Honestly, we've never 'baby-proofed' our house. I put the blind cords up because I believe they are pretty dangerous, and I make sure pot handles are pointing to the back of the stove so they can't pull it on themselves etc, but the rest I think our kids just learn not to touch. I don't stress about the oven, our reflexes ensure if they touch it they'll pull away quickly before too much damage is done, and thats enough for my kids to learn not to touch it again. Same as coffee table corners, cupboard doors/drawers etc.

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    We are the same as u Annabella. I have vases on the ground and my DD has Neva touched. She tried a few times but I kept taking her away and now she knows not to touch.
    Great for going to others house that aren't baby proof


 

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