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Some More Baby Proofing In My House #childsafety

Layla, the wild one, aka, my toddler is such a curious little gal, like most kids her age. Of course, we have a billion drawers, doors, and cabinets in my house, so baby-proofing is a must. We started months ago, but as she gets older, I find myself baby proofing more and more areas of the house. I have a number of different types of baby locks around the house. Unfortunately, not all of the doors and doors can use the same kind of locks, so these came in handy with my more awkward doors. Here's what the ones I'm using in my bedroom look like: I like several things about these. -They are very flexible and can be adjusted to the type of drawer/door you are using them on. -They are easy to assemble -They come with 4 extra sticky pads in case you need to readjust or remove and stick elsewhere -The sticky pads hold them in place, even with my heavier doors -They are combination locks, with three tiny lines that you have to align in order to unlock the locks

March BookCase From #bccunboxing

These last couple of months have been filled with so many great books from this subscription service. I'm usually a really fast reader, but have been struggling a bit to finish all my new books. Not that there's any rush to do so, I just really love to read as many books as I can. I was very happy to see what came in my latest box. What came inside? The Beautiful and the Cursed by Page Morgan Synopsis After a bizarre accident, Ingrid Waverly is forced to leave London with her mother and younger sister, Gabby, trading a world full of fancy dresses and society events for the unfamiliar city of Paris. In Paris there are no grand balls or glittering parties, and, disturbingly, the house Ingrid’s twin brother, Grayson, found for them isn’t a house at all. It’s an abandoned abbey, its roof lined with stone gargoyles that could almost be mistaken for living, breathing creatures. And Grayson has gone missing. No one seems to know of his whereabouts but Luc, a dev

The Comfort Of The Living Room

One of the easiest rooms in the home to change is the living room. The shape of the room often makes it a blank slate when it comes to the furniture added, the paint, flooring and other notes that make the room unique. Before you begin your remodeling project, you need to look for a home renovation contractor who can go over the details with you about what needs to be done to ensure that the electrical issues are safe and any flooring or walls are safe if you don't know about construction projects. The contractor can also give you ideas about what to do in the room to transform it into a space that is comfortable for the family to enjoy. An open floor plan is one that offers the most flexibility when decorating. However, it can seem a bit too open unless you use the right furniture. Couches that sit lower to the floor and rugs will make the room appear full while providing a cozy atmosphere. You can designate individual spaces in the room by blocking off an area for watchi