Kathleen Rellihan is a writer and editor living in Washington, D.C. She has contributed to a variety of lifestyle magazines and websites nationwide, covering everything from Salsa dancing to doggie daycare.
Nobody should put a baby in a dangerous corner. Unfortunately, your house has dangers in every corner - from electrical sockets to cleaning products, to plants on the floor. Before you send yourself into a tailspin of worry, realize there are numerous ways to keep your baby out of harm's way.
Follow these 30 tips to baby proof your home, from the living room to the bathroom:
Replace all sockets with childproof sockets.
Check the floor for small objects that a baby could swallow: pins, nails, buttons and coins.