Ihsan follows me most of the time if I leave the room so I just put toys in my shower room and he plays with them whilst I shower. I could never leave him downstairs our house is too big and you can't hear a thing when you are upstairs, if he wasn't such a climber I might be comfortable with him staying in the bedroom on his own but I'd be too nervous! x
yeah i leave jack down stairs while i go upstairs to get ready, he just watches tv or a dvd and if he wants to come up he can, he can do the stairs himself, the only think is i make sure the front and back door are locked, jack nearly 3 he knows right wrong now and i trust him 100% i taught him well lol
Yes. We live in a flat so she can't fall down stairs. I do shut the kitchen doors though so she has the run of the living room, bedrooms and hall. She often wanders in and out while I'm showering. Baths - she likes to climb in with me.
She's a very sensible child and my husband has trained her to stay away from his expensive speakers in the living room. He's still working on reducing her interest in the CDs.
We live in a flat,so we don't have the upstairs issue...Harvey is usually in the room with me when I get ready...However I have only recently started leaving the living room door open when I am cleaning the rest of the house so he can come back into the living room as he pleases..before he used to sit in the bedroom where I could see him.xx
I usually take Abigail upstairs and just shut the spare room door as that is the only room she isn't allowed in on her own as it has the computer and iron etc in. She just wanders around upstairs. When we are downstairs in the day I am not always in the same room as her. I think it's fine.
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