Two Smart

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  1. Ecce Quam Bonam says:

    Put rubber cups on the legs and attach/embed forever a few shoelace bells or a something that rattles to the bottom of the seat. He'll be forced to pick the stool up and carry it, slowing him down a tad, and the tinkling or clatter will locate him for you.

    Would he tolerate bells on his shoes? Does he tolerate shoes?

    Good luck.

  2. I once cared for a neighbors two year old who scaled my 4ft cyclone fence and took off across the neighbors yard before I could get to him. they definitely keep you moving. who needs a gym when you have a toddler?

  3. Sarah - Kala says:

    I was going to say put some bells on it, too.

  4. I am glad I am the only one that doesn't have this problem. We bought our 2 1/2 year old a stool to use the potty with, well lets just say he uses it for about everything but actually getting on the potty.

  5. When my 12 year old was two, I found him in our bathroom. He was standing on the Fisher Price barn, with both of our toothbrushes in his mouth, foam just dripping out.
    He turned to me and said, "We need more minty!" (which is what he called toothpaste at the time.

    The same boy is now (liberally) applying all sorts of Axe products.

    Sigh.