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child·proof

(chīld'prūf)
Denotes packaging designed to prevent injury to children, refers particularly to medicines and household chemicals.

childproof

Designed to prevent injury to children; used esp. of medicine containers that children cannot open.
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The glossy, full-color special section is a guide for new, expecting and hopeful parents to experience a seamless, simple and beautiful pregnancy by addressing key topics such as advancements in fertility options, maternity fashion and the importance of cleaning and baby-proofing.
The group members discuss the idiosyncrasies of multiples such as feeding issues, sleeping positions and baby-proofing procedures that are different from those for singletons (single births), said Horton.
World's Largest Veterinary Practice Offers Advice on Baby-Proofing the Royal Residence with Lupo in Mind
According to Banfield, implementing household changes, including baby-proofing, or changing the home routine for the pet in any way prior to the baby's arrival, is vital to the success of integrating the newest member of the family to the beloved four-legged family member.
Online Home Safety Hub Launches to Increase Parents' Safety Knowledge and Ease Baby-Proofing Anxiety by Offering Safety Tips, Key Product Suggestions and Informative Activities
Additionally, the site provides a list of clear-cut baby-proofing tips and seven important safety product categories to consider while shopping in preparation for a baby's arrival.
Company Introduces Expanded Safety Shops in Babies"R"Us Stores Nationwide, Featuring a Room-by-Room Guide to Baby-Proofing the Home
Baby-proofing was a good start, but toddler-proofing is different and just as critical.
After learning from the steely head (Sigourney Weaver) of their surrogacy center that Angie is pregnant, Kate goes into precision nesting mode: reading childcare books, baby-proofing the apartment and researching top pre-schools.
Local lactation consultants and childbirth educators are among those who present seminars on breastfeeding and maternity services, while child safety experts discuss topics such as baby-proofing the home.
In "Baby" (:30), a couple reviews a checklist of baby-proofing items they just purchased (outlet covers, cabinet locks) only to realize with chagrin that they forgot the baby in the shopping cart outside.