LOL, Stimey, you are soooo right about the big trouble. I’m thrilled he’s finally developing the skills (and so quickly!), I just wish he’d exercise a bit more, um, restraint? I kind of miss my furniture and decorations which once adorned the room. *sigh*
Ooh, piximama, it’d be more like “CRASH!” followed by a trip to the ER for stitches. That quilt is held up by a solid oak hanger at least ten feet up. Guess what’s being removed from the wall tonight? *sniff*
LOL, Joe! He’s become enamored of his doggie “backpack” (which is actually a toddler harness). The “tail” is the safety leash. Now that he’s mastered the fine motor skill of opening the bubkles (and the car seat 5pt harness, too!) he’s really into putting it on and racing around like a lunatic.
Sometimes he puts it on upside down so doggies head is facing downward and it looks like a jet-pack.
Ah, the quilt. One of my most treasured things; it was handmade for our wedding by Niksdad’s aunt. Complete with an embroidered inscription on the back. I’ll have to find somewhere else to display it that he can’t reach. Like my mother’s house.
Can you get it up any higher? I’m amazed, it’s really high up as it is! Wow!!!! my kids certainly got into stuff (especially Maya) but she was so much smaller, and was a bit more limited by her size.
And if you have to move (pack up) the quilt, it’s a much better choice than to have it messed up in any way — I’d bet my car you’ll be able to take it out again in a couple more years. And remember – there’s probably something in all of our houses that had to be put away for a bit of time…