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The playpen is often criticized for inhibiting the development of babies because they cannot fully discover their surroundings. Criticism may be justified if you put your child permanently “behind bars.” But that’s not what the playpen is intended for. Rather, it should be a haven for your baby if you are forced to leave him alone for a short time; this can be dangerous if little ones slowly become mobile and begin to crawl.
As a mom, you naturally want to avoid such moments. But at some point you want to go to the bathroom in peace. What if the messenger rings or the food threatens to overflow? And no later than the second child, many parents learn to appreciate the advantages of a playground. Because then the baby is not only safe from himself, but also from his older brother.