Every baby is the sweetheart of mom and dad. Parents always want to give the best to their children, hoping that their children are the happiest. But after all, children are children. They can’t protect themselves, and inevitably have bumps and bumps. So, do you have the responsibility to ask the baby about the hidden dangers of daily safety?

I. safety notes for bathing

Before putting the baby into the bath water, it must be tested to ensure that the water temperature is not too high. It’s a good way to test the water temperature with your elbow. The most suitable water temperature is 120 f (about 44 ℃); never leave the baby alone in the bathtub or bath, even if it’s only a few seconds, it’s possible to drown the baby; check the household small things such as hair dryer and radio to avoid drowning Let it appear where the baby takes a bath. When not in use, you should unplug the power supply, do not let the baby get it; do not store water in the basin or bucket to prevent accidents.

II. Sleep safety notes

All babies should sleep on their backs to reduce the incidence of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Crib safety note beware of suffocating your baby with a soft bed; crib fences must be 2 3 / 8 “or narrower to prevent the baby’s head from being pinched; remove the toys hanging on the crib after the baby is 5 months old or can support his body with his hands or knees. The best way to use the mobile table is to use a solid table; when using the mobile table, your hands and eyes must take care of the baby at any time; the things needed should be placed in the place where you can take them.

III. feeding safety notes

Don’t let your baby lie on the bed and drink milk without being looked after, to prevent choking and suffocation; don’t give your baby raw carrots, peeled apples, nuts, hard sugar and other foods that may cause the baby to suffocate; when your baby sits on a high stool, it’s better to use a tie belt around the baby’s waist and legs to prevent the baby from slipping down.

As carers, they must be protected to ensure that they are not harmed by any potential danger in the home. Follow these safety tips and turn your home into a paradise for your baby to explore safely. If you have any questions about children’s health habits and other home-based knowledge, please continue to pay attention to Baibai safety net children’s personal health and safety common sense column.