Sticky Situations

Caring for two toddlers all day, goodness knows, I get into a-many sticky situations.
I always know that I should go investigate whenever things seem to get too quiet.

When I first started watching my friend's daughter, she constantly climbed into the toy box which was right in front of our fireplace.
You already know where this is going, don't you?
Then one day, while I was cooking dinner, she climbed all the way to the other side. My first thought, was to scream. But then I just had to smile, pick her, dust her off, and nickname her Cinderella.
What else could I do?
I definitely learned to make sure a permanent barrier was placed in front of the fireplace.

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  1. Takes lots of time and energy to be a Mommy or Nanny ~ try to have some fun too ~
    (A Creative Harbor) aka ArtMuseDog and Carol ^_^

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  3. Kids certainly get themselves into some crazy situations! Thanks for sharing with my NO RULES Weekend Blog Party :)


  4. great blog, new follower over from friday chaos,

    1. Where are you a new follower so I know which one to follow you back on? :)

  5. Toddlers, especially, get into some odd places and situations, indeed. But you have to love them for their investigative nature. That's how the children learn. And yes, indeed, when it gets quiet, you know they are up to something. Fortunately, all traces of these types of activities washes off. Thanks for the article.


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