10 Tips to Childproof Your Home Away from Home

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Spending the holidays with loved ones is an unbreakable tradition for millions of American families. Often, decking the halls together requires overnight stays in a hotel room or with a relative. If you have young children, it’s important to make sure that your home away from home is a safe place to sleep and celebrate.

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“Hotel rooms aren’t childproofed to the same degree as your own home—and Grandma’s house can be even worse!” says home safety expert Louie Delaware, author of The Home Safety Guru’s Definitive Guide on How to Childproof Your Home: Making Your Home Safe and Secure for Little Ones. “From electrical outlets to windows, unstable furniture, small objects, hot water, and more, there are a hundred and one things that can be dangerous in little hands.”