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Older Siblings' Toys
Toys for children over the age of three are never acceptable for a baby because they are usually smaller with more choking hazards. Never assume that because your children are playing safely with their own toys, your older child's toys won't fall into the hands of your baby. If your children are playing together, you need to monitor which toys they are using.
Helpful Hint: Keep your older child's toys in a separate, out-of-reach area. Take them out for him to play with while the baby is napping.