When you’re a first-time parent, at some point you'll probably compare your baby to his or her peers. You gauge your little one’s progress based on that of others as it applies to smiling, cooing, basic motor skills and moving—sometimes wishing yours would catch up. But then one day they start crawling, and you quickly realize that you shouldn’t have been in any hurry. Because crawling also means danger. Babyproofing is essential, and being one step ahead of your baby can be even more crucial. Here are 14 tips to help keep the kid alive (and you sane).