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Tis the season for wrappings and trappings, trees and tinsel, candles and candy canes. All of it beautiful to look at, and even lovelier to grab onto - particularly if you're a toddler! If you have a little one in your home for the holidays this year, keep in mind that all of your holiday bling will be extra enticing to a kid that loves to crawl, climb, and explore. But that doesn't mean you need to pack up the tree and put away the menorah. You just need to take a few simple precautions
to ensure that your seasonal goodies don't become a holiday hazard.
Here's how to keep babies and toddlers safe this holiday season.
Holiday trees. Got a kid that loves to climb? That Christmas tree will be a prime target. Secure it to a wall using a fish hook and twine or block it off with safety gates. Be sure to sweep regularly to pick up any needles or ornament hooks that may fall on the floor.
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Ornaments. If you have a little one prone to mischief, make sure to keep your breakable - and