DadLabs Ep. 306 The Lounge -- Go ahead and admit it, there is some place in your home that’s not babyproofed worth a damn. Serioiusly child-unfriendly. Flat-out dangerous. We forced our panel of experienced parents to fess up about their own l...
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Danny Brad: Welcome back to the lounge. We are here in the beautiful downtown of Austin, Texas, at the tiniest bar in Texas. I am Daddy Brad. Daddy Owen: I am Daddy Owen and this is the show where we get the questions that are most affecting parents today and we answer them for you. Daddy Clay: This show today is brought to you by One Step Ahead, finest resource of finding baby proof products on the web. And, what is the question for today Daddy Brad? Daddy Brad: The question today is, “What is the least baby proof part of your house” The most dangerous room if you will. Male 1: I have to say probably our master bedroom. You know, candles and. Female: Probably the bathroom. I saw in various baby calendar things just put in the toilet, right there and they do not like and I never quite understood how exactly made that works so we just did not do it at all. Daddy Owen: The house? My whole house. Daddy Clay: Yeah I have seen your house. Daddy Brad: You do not have plug in electric?. Daddy Owen: That is logging electrics activity and I do not have everything covering them up, that is what is wrong. Male 2: A little class that goes on the sockets Male 1: Or cooling irons and blow dryers and incense burner. Male 2: We did the things that go on the cabinets. I tried to do the corners and a little stretchy thing and that was like, other than that it is most of the sports memorabilia, that is on the bottom shelves cause my wife does not allow me to just play it prominently. Male 3: The house in generals is pretty dangerous if we are not vigilant. The kitchen is dangerous because we have a vintage stove, it is very charming, it looks really good, while you are cooking in it, it gets really hot like children should not be near it. Male 1: Inflatables and stop that. Daddy Clay: Why do you have an old stove. Could not get a new one? Male 3: No, it is cool. It looks cool. Daddy Brad: It has got like a cools on it. They will not just bite you. You got to get them pick it up like no one ever run. Daddy Clay: Would you guys sweep up the broken glass in the living room. The last time I was there, it is like that, broken glass and I do no know. Daddy Owen: Arden is doing it know now. He said it is a project then our project. Do not get cut, get a cookie. Female 2: I do not need to see if we keep a cleaning products. Number one, either tie wrap them. Daddy Brad: Tie wrap your cleaning products? Daddy Clay: How was that sort of evolutionary advantageous for a child to be attracted only those things that are most potentially harmful to them. Daddy Owen: Because there is too many humans. Female 2: Right there, like you dispense a little things that are. Daddy Brad: Those are the things which you get to buy at One Step Ahead and buy. Female 2: Oh, really. Well. Daddy Clay: We keep the candy on top of the refrigerator and the poisons under the sink. Daddy Brad: It takes a lot of work to baby proof a house. I mean if you got electric sockets, you got cabinets, you got, you know. Daddy Clay: You know, we do not say that we do not care if they dies as long as they do not get fat. Male 3: My grandfather’s double headed ax, hanging on the wall. I started it on the wall and you know and it occurred to me that I have a lot of tools hanging on the wall that could be dislodged by my two-year old. Daddy Clay: Are you a lumber Jack? Thanks for joining us again in The Lounge. We really enjoyed having you here. If you got a thoughts about baby proofing, parts that give you use your techniques that worked pretty well and keep your kid safe. Please leave us a comment, let us know. Thanks again to One Step Ahead, fantastic resource from baby proofing products and that is all for us here in The Lounge.

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