Ways to trick your baby:
Problem: If you have toddlers, they are probably tall enough to reach all the drawers in the kitchen (not to mention the oven), and they'll spend endless entertained hours emptying those drawers. But sometimes the contents of those drawers are dangerous.
Solution: The obvious solution here is to install a baby safeguard lock, essentially childproofing your drawers and cabinets. But, read on.
Ways your baby tricks you:
Problem: In my house, my toddlers have super-strength and easily bent the child safety locks out of position, leaving us with an open drawer full of sharp silverware, complete with a now-broken white plastic hook installed on the front.
Solution: Get used to putting all sharp and dangerous items far out of baby's reach. You never know when one of those locks will break, and if you have to lock up the contents of a cabinet, I've learned, you really shouldn't have those objects in the lower cabinets anyway. Things may look a little messier in your house for a while. This is our new silverware drawer: the top cabinet over the counter intermingled with the coffee mugs.