I think this picture is a pretty good indicator of what kind of a toddler I'm dealing with here...
The older, and taller, and more curious and mischievous my child gets, the more I have to childproof the house. Which, now that my kid is three, repeats every word and behavior he sees, and can somehow climb the walls like Spiderman, there are things that just cannot be in the house. Period.
First and foremost, Stickers. Stickers are not allowed in my child's hand. not one. Because, it will end up stuck to my ass. Minutes before I leave the house for a day of work and errands. There is no place for stickers in my house. I know, my toddler has stuck stickers everywhere, and not one place was awesome.
2. Packing Peanuts. My toddler can destroy a house with packing peanuts in under 10-seconds. It's unreal how fast he can spread them across the entire house, and into the yard. FYI: Packing peanuts can clog a vacuum, BIG TIME.
3. Glitter. Does Glitter really need an explanation? No.
4. Crystal. Anything. My kid has some sort of homing beacon that leads him to danger and expensive shit begging to be broken. I've lost one candle stick and a sugar bowl. The rest has been packed high into the corner cupboard until the kid loses his butter fingers.
Have kids they said... It will be awesome they said...