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Old 04-02-2007
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THat is what we did (looking around and imagining yourself at their height). That is what Parenting Magazine reccomends on your house too, as I remember. The nice thing about boats is that for the most part they are infant proof. The bad thing is that there are obviously things you do not want them getting into and if they did could really hurt them.

Teach him how to walk early: one hand for the boat, one for him. It will be especially difficult for him/her as they will often have a very bulky jacket on and they are still gettin down "walking".

You are on the right track, in my opinion... just being conscious is 9/10ths of it!!

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