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Toddling Children Around? How to Keep your Valuables Safe

We don’t need to tell you that a toddling child can often get where water can’t. They have a strange capacity to reach heights that are far from what you would expect, and they are so supple, they can climb much further than you think. Basically, a toddling child should not be underestimated.

So, whilst your bundle of joy is exploring the world around them, learning how things work, and developing their skills as they move, what can you do to not only keep them safe but also keep your valuables out of harm's way at the same time?

Most households have a few items of value within them. This might be a painting, it might be jewelry, it could be an old clock, or it could be a piece of large furniture, but these are items that need to be looked after for many years to come. These valuable pieces might not be worth anything financially, but they might have a huge amount of value in terms of memories. Regardless of what they are worth, how can you keep them out of the way of your toddling little one?

It’s likely that you have toddler-proofed your house, e.g. there are stair gates on stairs and there are locks on doors that need to be locked, but as we mentioned before, toddlers can get into spaces that you never thought they would! For this reason, have you ever thought about putting your most valuable items in temporary storage?

There are many advantages to this, not least the fact that you know your item is safe, and if you have several, you can look into the different options available to you, and find a great deal. Storage can be indoors or outdoors, it can be large or small, and it can be as cheap or expensive as you like. Shopping around is the way to find what suits you. For instance, if you live in the Las Vegas area, do some tentative research into Las Vegas storage choices around you, and pick the one which suits your needs and price budget. Of course, you’ll find storage options everywhere, so wherever you’re based you’ll find something.

The Advantages of Utilizing Storage

Basically, by choosing to keep your items in storage you are keeping them out of harm's way. It could be that it’s not only your toddler who poses a risk to the item, or even the item posing a risk to them. For instance, what if your home was burgled (hopefully not), and the item was stolen? You may have insurance to cover the cost, but it won’t replace its sentimental value. By choosing storage, you can be sure that your item is secure and safe from external and internal damage or risks.

Storage can be a short term or long term thing. If you don’t have space for a large piece of furniture, but you don’t want to get rid of it completely, store it the ideal option. In terms of parenting, however, allowing your child to explore their home environment without risk to items or items putting them at risk, is the biggest advantage of choosing to opt for storage.

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