Between six and nine months of life, babies venture into a vital stage of their development: crawling. While some little ones go straight to walking, others spend time exploring the world in this position where their knees and hands propel them to explore the world around them. Although it is a skill that gives them a lot of independence, it also poses a danger to their safety if we do not watch them and take certain precautions.
Childproofing the house is a very important aspect when you become a parent. Not only do you have to equip the baby's room, stock up on nappies and choose the stroller and car seat. But also, as soon as the little one begins to move on its own, the security of the home must be reviewed to avoid scares.
And it is that in an apparently harmless room, it seems that babies have an innate instinct to find something dangerous that adults had not noticed. Like their curiosity to insert their fingers into the plug or the exciting world of putting any object they find in their path into their mouths. With a baby who is crawling at home, the maximum is to keep a constant eye on him. But, in addition, there are a series of points that you have to review so that the house is safe.