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  • n. Plural form of stairgate.


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  • Babies and toddlers need a lot of kit to keep them happy and safe – everything from blenders and sterilisers, travel cots and potties, stairgates and pool fencing.

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  • But she isn't nearly as precise in her movements as Baby Iz, who could probably already work in a cotton mill or similar, and opens stairgates by undoing the latch with her fingertips.

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  • I held the stairgates open, she walked ahead of me.

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  • But toys, DVDs, books and games will brighten up a rainy day, and families appreciate high chairs, cots and stairgates.

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  • Also included are bigger items that parents can’t take on holiday with them but would love to have when they get there, like washing machines, microwaves and stairgates.

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