A Different Kind of Baby Gate

Have you seen this kind of baby gate before?

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We first saw something like this a few months ago when we were visiting a friend whose little one is just about the same age as our baby boy. We were so impressed by it that we just had to get our own! Though these plastic linking gates are expensive if you buy them new, (click here to see on Amazon), we were lucky enough to score this entire set at a used toy store for only twenty bucks. What a steal!

Baby Gate

These interlocking baby gates have helped us make the transition from sitting baby to crawling baby who can no longer be contained. Have you ever needed to bring in the groceries or take out the trash or take a shower and thought to yourself, What do I do with the baby?! Yeah, you know you have…or you soon will.

When baby can no longer be placed in a bouncer or exersaucer for a few minutes while you tend to adult matters, these baby gates are a lifesaver. They create a safe space where baby can be both entertained and contained. And look how cute they are!

Baby Gate

So if you care for a little one who will soon be even more difficult to contain than they are now, take note of these baby gates. They are awesome. Maybe you’ll be able to score a used set like we did. And, hey, maybe you’ll even be able to prepare a real meal now, without a wee one pulling on your leg…wouldn’t that be a treat?!

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5 thoughts on “A Different Kind of Baby Gate

    • I found this one at a used toy store for less than $20. You can click on the hyperlink at the beginning of the post to see how much it costs new, and maybe you can click around once you’re there to see what your other options are.

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