DadLabs Ep. 305 The Lab - How do you keep the toilet from becoming your child's favorite venue for water play? What could possibly go wrong with small children in the kitchen? Find answers to these questions , and (bonus!) watch Daddy Clay melt ...
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Daddy Clay: The answer to the question, can you over baby proof? Daddy Brad: Yes! Daddy Brad: Welcome back to the lab. I am Daddy Brad. Daddy Clay: And I am Daddy Clay. This week is brought to you by One Step Ahead, your very best spot for your online baby gear needs. Onestepahead.com. Daddy Brad: You know Daddy Clay, this week we are going to be talking about baby proof. Specifically the kitchen and the bathroom, and these are two places you can really go over board. Daddy Clay: Well, that is true. After all the very best baby proofing you can do is to show up. You know, be present, be alert, and it is kind of common sense but if your kids are like mine. You will need to do a little baby proofing. Daddy Brad: Your kids go looking for trouble? Daddy Clay: Yes, if it was not, you know, electrically charged on fire, razor sharp and no interesting playing with it. Daddy Brad: How long does that last? Daddy Clay: TBA. I mean, you know. I will let you know. On going. Daddy Brad: Alright, alright. Well, let us start baby proofing. Since we are in the DadLabs, lets go straight to the party. Daddy Clay: Here in the bathroom, plenty of opportunities for trouble. Now one place you might want to start is the paddy lock. Most people look at these units it is like really how like is it that my kid is going to fall in to the toilet. Well, yes it protects against that but the really utility here is to keep this from becoming your child’s favorite shallow in. You know what I mean because that is a rock. Before you know it the block, the teddy bears, the family passports, maybe even good china down the poop shoot. So, a lot really helps prevent that. Then, of course there is the drainage sort of crappled cleaves. Ouch! Right? So the lock is a good idea. Now, the downside is here is you got a second child that is potty training in the house. This is going to cost real hags and maybe if dad was at the ball game, couple of chewy cheese dogs. You have got a explosive situation on your hands and be prepared to deal with very confused house guest. Depending on the layout of your particular bathroom, not like people to rockable child proof medicine cabinets. I really dig he is not because I have find the kids rightfully through the medicine cabinet, trying to figure out what kind of medications I am long which is a lot. Mostly because the things inside here, well here is very easy to open. You can break into this with a cold chisel or a pound of dynamite because this ???? is hard to open. A lot of things in here, they look like skittles not from my kids have ever eating a skittles. Yes, they do it some of the stuff in here taste good. So, as far as I am concern, I would better safe than sorry. Check back later in the week for some great tips on baby proofing the tub from the Gear Daddy. Daddy Brad: What could possible go wrong in here? your kid could cause ????? fire! That is what!. Let us get to work. Why do we keep the candy up high and the poison down low. Instead of asking the hard questions just put some cabinet locks on this puppies. Knives are boat load of fun but they are no, no, no for kids. These locks are cool and also easy to install but they take up a little bit of your capacity. Now, there are lots of options to tame the fire breathing dragon. Knob covers, shields and also door latchets for the oven. Having the kids in the kitchen is wrong. Maybe the best baby proofing is getting the little ones involved in some way that safe. Preparing meals is great for the whole family. Daddy Clay: To bring up a good point Daddy Brad, maybe the best baby proofing is a focus and attentive mom and dad. Daddy Brad: Yes, you know new parent is still up tight. What can this going to be happen anyway. Daddy Clay: You know maybe the best baby proofing is just turn off your cellphone and all the screens in the house. Daddy Brad: You really good in doing at that? Daddy Clay: Thank you for joining us this week in the lab. We will see you next week. Tha

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