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In recognition of these amazing people in the Rhoost community that we have come to know, and have generously given their their time and advice.

New Bird in the Nest

New Rhoost Product! The Chirping Bird Door Jamb

We are excited to announce our latest new product! The Rhoost Door Jamb.   The ideal solution for child proofing doors. Check out the video below to see it in action:

As we have mentioned before – most child accidents in the home are preventable. But we haven’t talked much about about the best time to baby proof.  Basically, once your child is crawling you should have baby proofing on your radar.  You do not want to introduce barriers when your baby is most curious.  So you should baby proof early.  It’s also a great way for dad to feel helpful and connected at a time when baby may still be very mommy-focused.

Before starting, it is important to have the best and most up-to-date information regarding home safety.  Here are some of our favorites:

  1. The Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) Baby Safety Zone – a great place to find information. safety tips, and also information about products that are JPMA certified as safe.
  2. Safe Kids Worldwide, the name says is all. Bottom line – a critical resource for all parents. 
  3. Consumer Reports – yes, of course, the tried and true.  And they have a pretty extensive baby & kids section.

Good luck on your journey!  If you have any questions or advice to lend to this conversation – please leave them below.


Three Babyproofing Tips to Maximize Your Child’s Safety

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A Babyproofing Checklist for the Dangers You Might Not Have Thought About

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Establishing a Childproofing Checklist for the Home

childproofing checklistMost parents become excited when they learn they will be bringing a new child into the world. A good deal of time and money is spent preparing the home. Often times, safety can be overlooked, because a new baby is not immediately mobile. On average, children start to crawl at eight months. This means that the home soon turns into a dangerous place as a baby becomes curious about their surroundings.

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