Keeping your baby safe at home gets more challenging as he starts crawling. Babies will touch anything and put anything they can get their hands on in their mouth. Here you'll learn about babyproofing, toy safety, nursery safety, lead poisoning, and more.

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Are Infant Loungers Safe?
Infant loungers can comfortably hold your baby, but they're often recalled for safety issues. Should you buy an infant lounger for your little one? We spoke with a pediatrician and community educator to learn more.
FRIGG Silicone Pacifiers Recalled for Potential Choking Hazard
The recall includes more than 333,000 pacifiers, and it was issued because the base of the silicone nipple can detach from the plastic shield. 
The 2022 Family Car Buying Guide
In 2022's high-priced car market, buying a family car may feel impossible—but it's not. Follow these expert-recommended steps to make the process easier, and even cheaper.
Should You Buy Used or New Baby Gear? A Guide to Expiration Dates
It's no secret that preparing for a baby is expensive. But before you buy something second-hand, make sure you've researched expiration dates and other safety concerns.
The Boppy Company Recalls Over 3 Million Newborn Cushions After 8 Reported Infant Deaths
The recalled products pose a suffocation risk for babies, and they were sold at retailers like Target, Walmart, and Pottery Barn Kids.
Dorel Recalls Certain Maxi-Cosi Pria 70 and Pria 85 Convertible Car Seats
An issue with belt installation could increase the risk of head injury during a crash.

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5 Expert Tips to Design Your Baby-Friendly Backyard
Jasmine Roth of HGTV shares her best advice for decorating an outdoor space that's both fun and safe for little walkers.
Fisher-Price Recalls Infant Gliders After Four Reports of Infant Deaths
The recall, which includes 4-in-1 Rock ‘n Glide Soothers and 2-in-1 Soothe ‘n Play Gliders, was announced four infants turned onto their stomachs when using the products without restraint.
You're Going to Want to Try This Viral Hack for Babyproofing Your Christmas Tree

This safety trick to baby- and toddlerproof your Christmas tree is honestly genius—and so dang easy. Why haven't we thought of it before?!