Now that you have your house baby proofed,
it is time to go outside. Many of these tips can be used in
your own backyard, while others are set aside for trips into
the great outdoors. Always remember to use your common sense
when traveling with a toddler or baby. Access your surroundings
and if you feel that they aren’t safe or secure- go elsewhere.
Having to move onto another campsite is much easier than having
to spend the afternoon in the emergency room. As with any new
environment, pay close attention to your toddler’s wear-a-bouts
at all times. There is a wealth of new things to explore, and
you don’t have control over Mother Nature.