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How can you prevent your baby from falling all the time from seats tables sofas and the like?

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2015-07-15 21:28:58
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If your baby is only a few months old do the changing of the diapers and let the sleep on the floor if you have to. Leaving your baby unattended for even a few seconds on tables and such is not a good idea. Check with your babies doctor and they will probably tell you the same. Your suppposed to use things with rails on the sides. If not your baby could get injured. To keep them in a seat use a highchair with straps. If your baby is old enough use a booster with straps.

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