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We spend lots of time protecting our kids from all sorts of things... but what about the furniture in our homes? Have you anchored your TV, bookcases, night stands, etc. to the wall in your home? After watching a segment on The Today Show yesterday, ChitChatMom added this task to the top of the "Daddy-Do" list.

What about you?

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I did anchor my bookcases because they came with the anchor thingy... that is the only thing though. My kids are grown, but I do have grandchildren... They really won't be climbing there though.. I was more concerned about earth quakes.
I did anchor some of the tall items. My boys were climbers.

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