3 Chicks and a Rooster

We may seem like one ordinary family, but we are one unique chicken coop!

>Why baby proof? December 10, 2009

Filed under: Chick 3,parenting — Momma Chick @ 6:41 am

>This is not a post about how to baby proof a house. Don’t get me wrong I think it is very important to make sure little chicks and little roosters are safe always, but these little guys or should I say monkeys are way too smart for their own good!

Case in point:

I did a lot of reorganizing and baby proofing when Chick 3 was mobile (Chick 2 is now 9 so not much of a worry there). We have baby gates up, danger zones became safe, and outlet covers have been put in place.

Chick 3 has shown how these can be avoided and still do what every parent tries to stop.

Baby gate:

At the bottom of the stairs we have a baby gate. Phew no climbing up stairs, so Chick 3 should be safe right? WRONG!

She has learned to go to the side of the stairs and climb through the railing. My only hope now is for her to grow quickly and be too big to fit.

Will the baby gate companies please come up with something to fix this problem please? If there is an answer to this please enlighten me! I am all ears!!

Outlet covers:

Every outlet in use has furniture strategically placed so Chick 3 will not get tempted to play. The only outlet in plain sight has those nifty outlet covers. Great, right? WRONG again!

The other day Chick 3 was so proud with her new find and came to Rooster to have him share in her treasure.

What is her treasure you ask? Yep, you guessed it… outlet covers.

So now we will have to make sure we get those nifty screwed on outlet covers. At least this is an easy and hopefully not too expensive fix.

I have a feeling this child will be every baby proofing products nightmare. If these companies ever need someone to test their product just call, because this little Chick of mine will surely prove them wrong or prove them right and make this mommy a happy one!

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3 Responses to “>Why baby proof?”

  1. >I don't have stairs, but maybe you could take some type of tule or fabric and weave it between the railings. I hope that makes sense. You would have to pull it tight. We have the mesh bumpers on Laney-Claire's crib. They kinda wrap around the slats. I will keep thinking! Good Luck!

  2. >LOL, kids are so much smarter than adults give them credit for!!!

  3. >Funny. Kids ARE very smart! It is both a gift and a 'curse' (well not exactly..). Sound like your little one is quite the explorer (so is mine..). Wise I had a solution to share but I'm in the same place…Good luck! 🙂


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