Life is Full of Firsts
Life is full of firsts; first kiss, first car, first Breckenridge property, first child, and so many more. Much like firsts, we have many things we consider our “baby,” before we actually have one; often times this is referring to a prized car or first property in Breckenridge. Then the unexpected happens and you find what cherishing a baby actually means. Becoming first time parents can be overwhelming and you’re realizing what it’s like to be consumed with thoughts of keeping your child safe. While we cannot keep them safe from everything, we can prevent them from being harmed while within our Breckenridge homes.
A Baby-Safe Mountain Home
The importance of baby-proofing Breckenridge homes to keep children safe, and as a first time parent it is an incredible task. Walk through your Breckenridge property and create a checklist, this is the most vital and time consuming project you will complete before you come back to your Breckenridge property with your baby. The once elegantly decorated Breckenridge property you had before should look slightly like a prison ward lock down—but nicer, by the end of it. Baby-proofing Colorado mountain homes is more than covering the sockets, it’s realizing how almost anything could possibly harm your child.
Luckily we are in the technology age where websites like babycenter.com and YouTube channels give parents clear directions for exactly what needs to be done. Your condo or single family home in Breckenridge will need a complete makeover, but fear not, these resources provide step-by-step instructions. No need to deck your home out with protective items a five-year-old would need when you only have an eight-month-old. Each stage in your child’s development brings a new checklist that lets you know what mountain homes need to be safe. From “before the baby arrives” to “before your baby starts toddling and climbing,” when it comes to your children, your Breckenridge property should be their safe haven.
Buying a Home in Breckenridge
Are you looking to buy real estate in Breckenridge? Maybe you already own a piece of mountain property and are considering selling. Contact us and let us show you how we can help you find your dream home or sell your home.
By Reid Tulley
Coldwell Banker Mountain Properties