How to Babyproof Your Home for the Holidays -- Read This Before You Put the Tree Up!

Worried that your baby will try to eat the ornaments? Here's what you need to know about babyproofing your holiday decor this season (19 Photos)

Aimee Morgan and Jennifer Geddes on Nov 1, 2013 at 6:54PM

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Avoid Heavy Stocking Holders

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a Aimee Morgan and Jennifer Geddes on Dec 8, 2010 at 1:26PM

Heavy, metal stocking holders look great on a mantle, but curious little hands can pull them down -- and they could conk someone on the head or crush a toe! Instead, use plastic wall hooks that attach with removable tape or consider hanging stockings from your kids’ doorknobs or placing them at the foots of their beds (so they’re one of the first things they see when they wake -- your kid will love that Santa knew exactly where to find them!). Or, just place them under the tree Christmas morning.

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