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Outlet coversMy wife and I are new parents (Jack was born in September), and we just started traveling with our son a few months ago. We’re quickly learning tips and tricks along the way. One of the tips we’ve learned is to bring outlet covers for when our boy starts crawling around. They’re cheap ($3) and easy to pack and they give us peace of mind since the first thing Jack does is make a beeline for the outlets. I have no idea what his fascination is but once we put the covers on we don’t have to worry about him playing around them.




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1 Comment On "Bring Outlet Covers When Traveling With a Toddler"
  1. Bettina Salter|

    Are there universal outlet covers? Like universal adapters? Grandma wants to know….

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