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March 04, 2009



You are right--there is way too much crap in this world--and the knee protectors are just absurd.
I gotta say, I did get the fireplace edges covered eventually, my son though the hearth was a stage and liked to perform there. And it gave me a stroke everytime he tripped on the rug in front of the fireplace.


i agree with you on this. the only we baby proofed was where the cleaners are and a low cabinet that had our coffee mugs (breakable) and some snack foods. the one with the mugs is irrelevant now seeing as how henry can open the child proof locks. as for the fireplace, i just laid a quilt over it to soften the blow if it were to happen. and i did put the door knob cover on henry's door. but on the inside so he couldn't get out. and he has been able to work the dvd player for the longest time.
there is way too much stuff out there. the knee pads are entertaining though. i swear i saw a catalog pushing a helmet to protect the kids head from bumping corners and tables when they crawl or learn to walk. that one was the craziest i've seen.


Ummm, you know what I had for the girls . . . nothing. Not even a baby gate.


it is funny, isn't it? that we protect our kids from the most common of things. we did a bit but then i just gave up and started teaching them 'hot' and 'cut' and 'ouch'. they get it, oh yeah, they do. may take some trial and error but they get it.

the only thing with a lock is the spice drawer, this after i found them shaking it all over the kitchen floor. and the coffee cabinet. because, oh my god, the thought of my kids hopped up on coffee is truly nightmarish.

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