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baby ladder

Ladder lets baby reach the stove
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Too many babies die in stove related accidents. Surprisingly, most of the deaths are caused not by heat and burning, but by the stove falling on, and crushing the baby. Studies have shown babies who are able to reach the stove safely are less likely to injure themselves using the stove than they would be using an iron. I propose a ladder to help babies reach the stove. the ladder would be yellow, the safest color. It would be plastic, or tupperwear like, but STURDY. If a dog knawed on it, though, it would get rough and chewed up. there would be games to play on the sides of it while the baby is climbing. Nothing complicated, just some colored dowels on a rod, and a mirror, it doesn't matter, because the main event is the stove, and this ladder will help him get there.
Bootis, Nov 25 2004

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       Stove must not mean the same thing to you as it does to me. Babies using stoves?
swamilad, Nov 25 2004
  

       cooker?
po, Nov 25 2004
  

       Right. That's what it means to me too.
swamilad, Nov 25 2004
  

       //Studies have shown babies who are able to reach the stove safely are less likely to injure themselves using the stove than they would be using an iron.//
I prefer a nice brassie or even a niblick, myself.
gnomethang, Nov 25 2004
  

       Welcome [Bootis]. An interesting plan. Can't see it catching on with the mummies though.
wagster, Nov 25 2004
  
      
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