When my daughter was still in the belly, I called her my little worm. Always moving about! She must have been three days old when I came to the realization that she was a ninja in her previous life. I remember putting her on her back on the pillow, turning my head around to grab something and finding her flat on her belly. That’s a ninja move for sure. Today I have a list of 7 must have child safety gadgets for all the little ninjas in your lives.
5 Must Have Child Safety Gadgets For Your Little Ninja
Before I share those safety gadgets with you, let’s determine if your child is a ninja.
Signs your child is a ninja
- They are fast!
- Child Ninjas act in silence.
- They will destroy EVERYTHING in their path.
- You don’t see them until they have completed their mission (dirt eating, broken makeup palette, paint on the wall, etc.)
- Before they start to walk, they are mostly a danger to themselves.
If you answered yes to any of these, then you, my friend, have a little ninja! Here’s my little ninja! Doesn’t she look like a little angel? Don’t let that cute face fool ya! She’s a baby ninja!
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Here’s what you will need to keep your ninja safe.
Safety Locks: Great to keep the little ninjas out of the toilet bowl, fridge, and cabinets. Buy it HERE!
Super Wide Gate: For confinement. Can’t have the little ninjas running around wild! This gate is a bestseller on Amazon! Get it one, or two!
Plug Protectors: What is it about little ninjas and their fearlessness? If you can get plug protectors, put furniture in front to hide them.
Furniture Corner Guard: This one is a bit optional in my opinion. But just to be on the safe side, I’d made sure to get a few furniture corner guards.
Camera Video Monitoring: Get a camera video monitoring system with two-way speakers. That way, when the little ninjas think they are sneaky, you can get on the speakers and say “I see you, ninja! I see you!!” That should slow them down long enough for you to get to them. Maybe.
Other useful tips to keep in mind when dealing with little ninja babies:
- Stay vigilant!
- If you think they can’t reach something, they probably can. Move it higher up.
- Avoid distractions when in the presence of little ninjas. They are watching you and soon as you look busy, they will make their moves.
Let’s keep our baby ninjas safe! What other must have child safety gadgets would you add to this list? Hope you will take a moment and share this list. Don’t have a baby ninja to worry about? What about soup? Do you like soup? Check out my new soup recipe HERE.
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Amber Myers says
These are all awesome! I needed them with my daughter–she was a little ninja.
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robin masshole mommy says
A video monitor is huge! I would have been lost without one when my boys were babies.
Krystel @ PlanningThe Magic says
Hahahaha love this. Your daughter is beautiful and obviously powerful! Baby proofing is so important.
Amy Jones says
This could work with my nephew haha his totally hyperactive
tara pittman says
I had 4 boys like this. I had to child proof differently for each boy.
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Melanie Smith says
Those are great ideas! I need them to protect my son.
I have a little boy that gets into everything! Thanks for these tips!
Elizabeth O. says
I am a firm believer that all children are ninjas! Lol. It’s so true, they are able to go anywhere around the house! It would be awesome to have these safety gadgets at home just to make sure that they’re not going to hurt themselves.
Sounds tiring! Good luck with your ninja.
Bill S says
It is amazing how fast they move around when they are little!! This is a great list of gadgets to keep kids safe!
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Paula Schuck says
I love this! Babies are so good at getting into everything. They’re especially good at finding ways to get into everything we DON’T want them to.
Christy Maurer says
I know kids are so fast! My son was walking at 9 months and going up and down stairs by one! He needed a monitor strapped to him lol.
Michele d says
I don’t have any little ones but child safety is so important to know when your a parent. No matter at what age.
Nancy L. says
Awww…Your daughter is the cutest little ninja ever! 🙂 My son was top ninja, but my daughter mostly watched her older brother and didn’t get into too much mischief. Great picks!
R U S S says
Ahaha, that was so cute the way you described little ninjas. I don’t have a kid but I do see the importance of making sure children are safe at home. Everything on your list will help parents worry less about their little ninjas. The CCTV camera is something that comes really handy especially if you’re working and your child is left with his / her nanny. It’s starting to become a necessity here in my country.
Claudia Krusch says
A video monitor is so important! I would have been lost without one when my son was a baby!!
Ashley Voicu says
Yup. Home must always be kids proof because keeping them safe from dager is a priority.
Christy Garrett says
My oldest son was a master ninja. He climbed out of his crib before his first birthday. I knew that I was in trouble. He got into everything for several years but it slowly got better.
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Melissa Dixon says
Your little one is so cute! Safety is really important and some people feel clueless about how to protect their kids. This will help so many!
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Shirgie Scf says
I always think that there’s a time in the life of a kid when it become a ninja, and gadgets like these are very helpful for moms not to worry about their kid’s safety. Kids will always be kids.
Taty Pradilla says
A video monitor is awesome to have. My kids are older but I still have a monitor, to make sure they are safe during the night.
A camera monitor is a must have! I couldnt do nap time without it!
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Annemarie LeBlanc says
I think it is about time that we baby proof the house. I babysit for my grandson 3 or 4 days a week and he is crawling everywhere! Thank you for the reminder.
We had a ton of trouble finding a gate that would span the access to our stair place that as also sturdy enough to be worth putting here.
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Christina Aliperti says
We can’t keep little ones too safe! These are really great gadgets for anyone with kids.
Kendall Rayburn says
Ah your kiddos is ADORABLE! Love all of these great suggestions!
We used to put some of these for our kids when they were younger. They will outgrown it soon.
I like the two way speakers on a video monitoring system. I can see how it would def. come in handy to have the ability to hear and speak on both sides!
Rebecca Swenor says
These are all great gadgets to have for little baby ninjas. I know both my boys were little ninjas when they were babies. I will have to share this with my niece for her little girl. She is indeed everything above. Thanks for sharing your cute little one and the gadgets.
lauren happel says
I have a 4 week old and while not at ninja stage yet eventually will be! My other kids are 11,9 and 6 and so many things have changed since my older 3 were babies!
Kate Evans says
Hello Marielle, I liked your blog! Wow, I really like all the gadgets you have shared. Even I am waiting for my baby.
Wildish Jess says
With my first I was really good about using these but now we haven’t used any with my youngest. We should probably start! lol
Ayesha Heart says
Yay suggestions are all awesome! Your daughter is too adorable 🙂 I’m gonna share your blog post to my cousin