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    I would put the baby gate across the hall way not the actual door way.

    I shut the door on kids but not close I hope that makes sense so they can still open it haha! The kids always come straight into my bedroom first and ask for breakfast 😒 so your lucky hahaa!!

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    You've all inspired me to upcycle daddy's jacket into some sort of straitjacket type thing:

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    My dh seems to feel bubble wrap would make the perfect toddler alarm. Strewn liberally all over the bedroom and lounge room floor.
    Toddlers don't weigh enough for it to pop! ...We've actually tried this :-P
    Unless your toddler starts screaming in excitement, because that would be effective!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    You've all inspired me to upcycle daddy's jacket into some sort of straitjacket type thing:
    That pout! Those little feet at the bottom! This is amazing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    You've all inspired me to upcycle daddy's jacket into some sort of straitjacket type thing:

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    Good! It works better as a straight jacket anyway!

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    Quote Originally Posted by deku View Post
    Toddlers don't weigh enough for it to pop! ...We've actually tried this :-P
    Unless your toddler starts screaming in excitement, because that would be effective!
    I love that you've tried it! Dh will be very disappointed to hear his plan is so fatally flawed though.

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    My kid is still awake. I am distracting myself with pictures of toddler straitjackets. IT IS ALL VERY TEMPTING.

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    You could almost get away with the top one by claiming it's a mosquito net rather than a form of restraint.
    The bottom one looks like a cage. No doubt. The kind of cage you'd find in hansel and gretel!


 

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