Hi fellow PO's. This is my second paid job, I am pretty excited. Haven't finished PO training, no website up and I don't feel 100% confident and ready yet, but I am going for it!! I've been asked to organize a large cluttered living room to a couple with a 9month old baby girl. I saw the living room and they pretty much live in it with gates blocking out their little dogs and makeshift changing table on a buffet table against a sliding glass door, ugh. They have now asked if I can baby proof the living room which also happens to be open to their big kitchen (cabinets, drawers, cleaning supplies etc., you see where I am going with this....). I have given them recommendations on what to order (they want to do the ordering): outlet plugs, corner protectors etc. I also provided them with a list, off the internet, of baby proofing items. My husband and I just had a conversation about liability. I am not a professional baby proofer. Should I be concerned about liability? Also, they are not opposed to me moving things around and I am dead set on them creating a better, safer changing table area for their baby, but how far do you go before you get approval from your clients? Mr. will be home in the other room during the day and Mrs. works outside full time. She has asked that I only interrupt him for 5 min. every hour (est. 4-5 hours). I will do my best organizing the obvious, but not sure about the baby proofing and to what end I move things around without input. He does not like to be bothered with tedious stuff. Any input would be appreciated!! Thank you!