So many of us know that if there is a sharp edge or a hard surface in your house, a child will find it, and usually fall on it or fall near it.

I am a worrier. That's just who I am. I've always been one and I've never apologized for it. But one thing is for sure. I went way overboard, and I mean way overboard when it came to child proofing my home for my grandson Jonathan.

And I don't mean a little. Not by a long shot. In making sure no damage was done to my grandson while he played, I may have done some damage to my actual home. Let me illustrate what I'm talking about.

Here are some of the ways that I've actually damaged my home in my effort to child proof my home...

Over Child Proofing

Yes, I was way over the top. Yes, he would have been fine without all this stuff. Yes kids get boo boos, and that''s ok. But I just didn't want it to happen on my watch. The words of a true over protector.
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