Make sure everything in your house is save for you baby to crawl around. And that doesn't only mean fixing all the electricity sockets. There is much more you need to think about. Crawl around your house and find out all the things you baby sees when he is crawling around. You will discover a bunch of stuff that is not save. Use this baby proof checklist as a handy tool to make sure you don't miss anything.
On average, babies begin to crawl at about 8 months, though some may begin even earlier. Though it's an exciting milestone, it can also be a scary one, as your baby will begin to explore everything — including things that she shouldn't. In order to avoid a potentially dangerous situation, baby proof your home before your little one starts moving.