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    Default Playpen advice?

    Looking for a playpen that I can modify so i can place panels in front of the tv cabinet without it being enclosed. Does anyone know of anything?
    Or any other ideas to block off access to the cabinet? There are no doors so dd will have access to everything!

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    I have a green and purple plastic one from big w. We use it as a barrier for around the older heater (doesn't work but don't want dd playing with it) and it works well

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    Thank you!! Will check it out

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    I have a plastic wiggles one that I got from Kmart. We open it up & put it infront of the tv cabinet. We just put the activity panel on backwards so ds could still play with that but couldn't get to the tv/DVD etc.

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    Subbing I'll have this same problem when dd is mobile

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    Jolly kids connectable pens/fences. We got ours from nanny Annie

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    Saw a lindam safe and secure playpen on special bug w online for 150 .... Apparently you can configure it to decide a room or block access...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daptoamy View Post
    Saw a lindam safe and secure playpen on special bug w online for 150 .... Apparently you can configure it to decide a room or block access...
    We have this one. Only downside is if you use it as a barrier you have to screw it to the wall.

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    Thanks for the tip!!! Not sure if I want to screw into the wall will need to discuss with DH. I don't know how else you'd stop them moving the panels anyway


 

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