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The lowdown on safety gates
Whether little ones are walking or crawling, they’re raring to go – including where they shouldn't. Enter the safety gate, a physical barrier that keeps your child within a safe zone in your home and away from dangerous spots like staircases or fireplaces.
You have three options:
Hardware-mounted gates attach to surrounding walls or doorframes with screws. They usually take longer to set up than pressure-mounted gates and may even cost more, but they're sturdier and are the only safe option at the top of staircases (see important safety notes, below).
Pressure-mounted gates rely on pressure to stay in place. They’re a great fit for doorways.
Free-standing gates are good when you want to keep your child in a small, defined space, such as a living room floor or patch of grass.
For more information, see our buying guide to childproofing products.
See which baby gates parents liked best in BabyCenter’s Moms’ Picks awards or browse dozens of baby safety gates.
What to look for when buying
Easy access: Most hardware-mounted gates swing open, but some pressure-mounted gates don't (usually the basic models). If you need to move a gate a dozen times a day, you might be tempted to ditch it altogether.
Slats no more than 3 inches apart: If the gate has vertical slats, Consumer Reports recommends that they be no more than 3 inches apart. A child's head could get trapped in a larger gap, leading to strangulation.
Fit: Most gates will block an average doorway. If you have a larger opening or area to protect, get a gate that stretches farther or has interlocking sections to encircle a bigger hazard.
Safety standards: If the baby gate you're considering doesn't have a Juvenile Products Manufacturing Association certification seal on the packaging, keep shopping. Only models with this seal are guaranteed to meet voluntary safety standards for strength of materials, security of the latch, size of the bar or slat openings, and more. Don't rely on the manufacturer's name alone, because a company might not certify every product.
Important safety notes
- Using pressure-mounted gates is not recommended at the top of stairs – they can give way under pressure (such as a child throwing his body against it). At the the tops of stairs, use hardware-mounted gates only.
- Don't use old-fashioned accordion-style gates that open to form large diamond-shaped gaps. A child's head can get stuck in these spaces, creating a potentially deadly situation. Recent models have a horizontal rail or filler bar across the top, but Consumer Reports still does not recommend them.
- Don’t use gates containing areas that can be used as footholds for a child determined to climb over.
- Safety gates have been recalled in recent years for giving way too easily. Check product recalls from the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission to make sure your gates haven’t been the target of a recall.
What it's going to cost you
Prices for safety gates vary widely depending on quality and size. Hardware-mounted gates range from $30 to $140, pressure-mounted gates from $15 to $120, and free-standing gates from $65 to $190.
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The name Claudius is derived from the word "claudus". In Latin, the word "claudus" means "lame".
Eugène Claudius-Petit was a French politician.
Claudius Regaud is a French doctor and biologist.
Claude Elien or Claudius Aelianus also nicknamed Elien the Sophist is a Roman historian and a speaker of the Greek language.
Claudius Pulcher was one of the Roman patricians and one of the consuls of the time.
Henry-Claudius Forestier is a Swiss painter, engraver and illustrator from Geneva.
The Claudius are celebrated the same day as Saint Claude La Colombière. Saint Claude was a French Jesuit priest. He was also a director of conscience and a spiritual writer.
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Claude is a gentle and calm boy who actually hides a great nervousness. Reserved, secret and distant, he likes to isolate himself to think. However, he aspires to open up to others and is very generous. Even though Claudius is an introverted boy, he shows a sharp wit. His critical sense is most developed. He shows an excellent intuition and a great imagination. All these faculties combined with extraordinary sensitivity can make Claudius an extraordinary boy. By opening up to others and overcoming his introverted side, he can gain self-confidence and discover leadership skills.
Claud, Claude, Claudio, Claudio, Claus and Klaus.
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The Claudius are celebrated on February 15th.
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The Toshiba RL838 TV is of course beautiful, big, modern, full HD and design, but it is also smart. He personalizes the TV. The TV Custom function saves the video, sound and favorite preferences of everyone. She arranges the recordings in the right boxes so that Winnie the Pooh and Dora do not get stuck between the Matrix and the Experts ... Its +: thanks to its integrated camera, it recognizes who is in front of the screen and adjusts the program so that it is adapted. He goes to sleep if there is no one in front. The prices: 499 € the 32RL838 and 649 € the 40RL838.
The Toshiba RL838 TV is of course beautiful, big, modern, full HD and design, but it is also smart. He personalizes the TV. The TV Custom function saves the video, sound and favorite preferences of everyone. She arranges the recordings in the right boxes so that Winnie the Pooh and Dora do not get stuck between the Matrix and the Experts ...
His +: thanks to its built-in camera, it recognizes who is in front of the screen and adjusts the program for it to be adapted. He goes to sleep if there is no one in front.
The prices : 499 € the 32RL838 and 649 € the 40RL838.
Easy puff pastry canapes for the whole family
Canapes are a very rich and versatile resource, ideal to make for children's parties, Christmas dinner, or family reunions. In Guiainfantil.com We teach you how to make canapés or puff pastry starters filled with different foods that will be the delight of the whole family. An aperitif that is easy to prepare and that is a success at any table.
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Spirals of ham and cheese with puff pastry. These ham and cheese spirals are an easy appetizer that ticks all the boxes for a family dinner and party success. A safe bet for children. Easy recipe for puff pastry spirals with ham and cheese
Christmas tart with puff pastry. Christmas canapes shaped like a Christmas tree. Learn with our site to prepare original appetizers and starters for Christmas lunch or Christmas Eve dinner. Canapes for children. Christmas fir-shaped tartlet.
Puff pastry canape with chocolate. With the puff pastry you can make some simple and very easy desserts to cook with children, such as the puff pastry delights filled with chocolate, for a very special snack.
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