Just like that practice plan you had for getting to the hospital when the time came, make a new fire escape plan for your new family to increase your chances of getting out safely. Use the NFPA’s worksheet as a guide.
Designate one person to get infants and small children out safely. Have a backup plan for young children just in case the primary person is overcome by smoke.
Remember to keep space heaters at least three feet away from anything that can burn, and always closely supervise children and pets when a heater is turned on. Make sure you turn heaters off when you leave the room.
Don’t hold a baby while carrying anything hot or when cooking on the stove.
If using gasoline-powered devices, store gasoline in a locked location where children cannot access it. Keep only small quantities in an approved container that has child safety features.
Information from safekids.org. Pay them a visit to learn more.