Do you quit letting your child use the pacifier?

Do you switch to a toddler bed?
From a toddler bed to a traditional bed?

Do you allow your child a pillow?

Do you quit covering outlets?

Do you quit using baby monitors when they are asleep?

Do you quit using baby gates around stairs?

I’m curious as to what your family has done – or what the experts say.
Thanks!
Do you quit letting your child use the pacifier?
My oldest quit at 18 months – but he was an easy child (and I was pregnant w/brother and didn’t want any confusion over what was a baby item and what wasn’t) – My youngest is 2 and still has it at nap/night, but never any other time. I’d like to break him of it, but it is hard (both boys sleep in the same room – space issue)

Do you switch to a toddler bed?
Oldest @ 2.5 so baby brother could have the crib. Youngest, at around 20 months – was ready…

From a toddler bed to a traditional bed?
When we have the finances/space…

Do you allow your child a pillow?
When they start to sleep in a toddler bed!

Do you quit covering outlets?
We still have ours covered. Our oldest is 4, and still attempts to mess with them occasionally…

Do you quit using baby monitors when they are asleep?
We still use them – hubby is dependent…

Do you quit using baby gates around stairs?
We still use it (ages 4 & 2)…
Thanks to everybody who answered. I wanted to get peoples opinions on when some of these safety measures aren’t needed anymore.

I do strongly agree that the BIGGEST factors in determining whether a particular safety feature is needed or not is family situations and child’s personalities. Because there is no right/wrong answer on this – I am going to have a tough time picking best!

Once again, thank you 🙂

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