Keep Your Baby Safe With Munchkin Infant Gates

11/11/2010 at 10:00 AM ET
Courtesy Munchkin

Baby’s first crawl is a joyous milestone celebrated by all. But it sure puts your babyproofing skills to the test!

Fortunately, if your tot is ready to stretch his mini legs, Munchkin has got you — and your house — covered with their well-made (and stylish!) baby gates.

From the chic Deco Wood Gate ($65), which has a triple lock and a door that swings out both ways, to the Extender ($50), which fits in any space and is easy-to-store, they’re super functional.

Got your hands full? The Auto Close Gate ($60) features gravity-fed hinges that close and lock automatically when a parent lets go of the handle.

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— Anya Leon


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isa on

FINALLY, a nice looking baby gate!

Sky on

I’m almost sure there are gonna be comments saying baby gates are abusive.

Sky on

Just wanted to clarify that I don’t believe that are abusive, AT ALL!

Lis on

TOO FUNNY!!! We just put up a Munchkin baby gate on Monday!!! It works great 😉

Lilianne on

Sky, I am curious about your comment. Why would anyone think baby gates are abusive? I know you said you don’t believe they are at all but you believe others will say they are? I think gates are the absolute opposite of abusive. They are, in fact, necessary for keeping children safe and secure.

Sky on

Oh Lilianne I have no idea whatsoever but it seems as if the commenters here at CBB can come up with something negative for every post! I can just see some moms out there saying that it’s damaging to their children (or some BS similar to that!), I was just predicting that it might happen.

shannon on

I’m pretty sure sky was being sarcastic with her first remark.

Lilianne on

I know what you mean, Sky. I am very picky and choosy about when and where I comment because of that very thing. 🙂 I think it used to be better before this site became part of People. It was very heavily moderated then and many of the comments that get posted now would never have made the cut back then.

Beautee on

That gate is really cute but not as cute as that baby. = )