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    Default Toddler hiding places

    Some of my everyday jewellery has gone missing from the bathroom. I'm thinking it's been knocked off the counter into the bin, which has been emptied into the big bin and collected, but am giving the house a ruddy good search in the hopes my 2 yo has hidden it somewhere.

    I've checked her bags, toy cash registers, the whole bathroom, and (I feel) the whole house but can't find it!

    Any ideas of places toddlers hide things that I may not have checked??

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    I found my keys in the back of the couch today. Good luck!

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    I used to find my car keys in a little compartment at the back of DS's bike.

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    DS1's favourite spots are inside the cab of his Tonka truck, in the "boot" of his ride-on car, and in the subwoofer of our home theatre unit (which is a major pain to get things back out of!)

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    No ideas from me but if you find my iPod on your travels let me know.

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    Pantry shelf at toddler height, behind the saucepans in the cupboard, between the wall and couch, compartment under the ride-on seat, pocket on pram behind the seat, any box left on the floor open, bags if they are left slung over a door handle/seat back, under pillows...

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    Random thought, but could you give your toddler another piece of jewellery and see where they take it?

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    Yeah. I'd check saucepans or cutlery/utensil drawer.
    My DD put out air con remote tucked in top of her doll pram once. Copying what I do with my phone. I searched for several days and only found it by a fluke!
    Good luck.

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    I just found some toys in my ugg boots. I can't even think of all of the places I find things, it could be anywhere!

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    What type of jewellery went missing?

    Something small like a ring or earring potentially could have been swallowed.


 

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