The Dos and Don'ts to Keeping Baby Safe

The Ultimate Guide to Childproofing Your Home...and Beyond

Preventable injuries is the #1 cause of child death in the U.S.

DON'T BECOME ANOTHER STATISTIC


Being responsible for another life can be terrifying. But it doesn't have to be.

Childproofing your home becomes easy once you know what to look out for. 

Are you ready?


You are expecting your first baby. You are excited and nervous, happy and anxious, ecstatic and fearful - all at the same time. 

You have the baby nursery all planned out and can't wait to bring baby home. 

With all this excitement, you don't want anything that might hurt or harm your little angel. Being responsible for another life brings with it some nerve wracking moments. Items around the house that we take for granted and barely notice, could be extremely dangerous for an infant or a toddler.

Accident Statistics

Each year, about 2,000 children ages 14 and under die as a result of a home injury. Unintentional home injury deaths to children are caused primarily by fire and burns, suffocation, drowning, firearms, falls, choking, and poisoning.

Falls are the leading cause of nonfatal injury for children. Children ages 19 and under account for about 8,000 fall-related visits to hospital emergency rooms every day.

(stanfordchildrens.org)

The dangers lurk everywhere from the baby's crib to bath time to the kitchen, the stairs and beyond. Keeping baby safe requires ongoing effort and staying present with baby.

That is why I came up with this ebook,

The Dos and Dont's to Keeping Baby Safe - The Ultimate Guide to Childproofing Your Home and Beyond

It is the best investment you will ever make for your baby's safety and good health. For only $27, you get the peace of mind and satisfaction of bringing your baby in to a safe home.

It is my mission to inform and educate parents, just like you, on the many different aspects of taking care of and loving your baby. Childproofing your home is one such area that many parents often overlook.  The data on childhood injuries is overwhelming, but that is not what I want you to focus on

Instead, I want to show you how easy keeping baby safe really is. It is all about being in the present with your baby.

What Do I Get in this eBook?

1. Easy Instructions

This ebook has been written with you in mind. It is easy to read and the instructions are simple to follow. Instead of long sentences and unnecessary data, the book concentrates instead on bullet points for each hazard and how you can tackle it.

2. Bite sized Sections

The book is broken down into bite-sized sections so you can walk into each room in your home and read the section dedicated to it, child proof it and move to the next room. I have also included a section tackling the oft overlooked public places...and keeping baby safe outside.

3. Personal Experiences

Each section offers you an interesting tidbit from my personal experiences as a mom of two young ones. From one little baby's furniture tipping accident to losing another in a crowd, I have personally experienced the terrifying feeling of "what-have-I-done!" and the guilt that comes with it. 

4. Top Recommendations

I have also created lists of my top recommendations for baby safety gadgets and put them together in a storefront so you can find everything in one place. This is truly the only ebook you need that will answer all your questions, and hold your hand through the process of child proofing your home.

5. Printable Checklist - Bonus 1 worth $9.97(Free)

Instead of printing out the entire book and complete list, I have created a simpler checklist that you can print and pin to each room in your home. Once baby comes home, you have no time for anything but the baby. For baby's safety, just print and pin this checklist and you can easily glance at it to remind you of all the main points that you need to keep an eye out for.  

6. 10 Printable Nursery Wall Art - Bonus 2 worth $4.97 each (Free)

Look out for 10 super cute and one-of-a-kind printable nursery wall art. Expect both bonuses in your inbox as a thank you for buying my book. 

You can expect many such free goodies in your inbox regularly. Make your nursery the most beloved nursery of all.

Average Spend on Baby

Parents can be expected to spend approximately $50 a week on baby food, diapers and baby formula alone. (thestreet.com)

According to The Bump, you'll probably spend about $2000 on all you need for your new (baby) nursery. (care.com)

What are you waiting for? You will be spending a lot of money on the nursery, diapers, baby clothes, baby food, toiletries and more. Isn't it worth your while to spend just $27 for your peace of mind in keeping baby safe

You will find that once you are secure in your childproofing of the house, you will feel free to simply enjoy your time with your baby. The rewards that come with knowing that your home is a safe haven for your baby are indescribable - not only do you have a sense of freedom from the constant worry, you also have a sense of accomplishment and a certain pride that you are fulfilling your parental duty.

Don't second guess yourself. Be secure in the knowledge that your home is truly a safe haven. Do this for your baby NOW !!

Add On - Boost Your Baby's Immune System

When you buy this book, you will automatically receive a discount for my second book, '5 Simple Habits to Boost Your Baby's Immune System'.

In today's world where a compromised immune system could be very dangerous for your child, learn the 5 Habits that can be life-savers. Instead of $27, you can purchase it for only $9.99, when combined as a package.

You will also be first to know about my new exciting books and courses before I launch to the general public.


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