im not ready to be in hear yet but thought you ladies may be able to offer me the best advice
my lo is almost 10 month old she has now learnt how to pull her self up on the furniture she been doing it for about 2 weeks now and i have a mjour problem
she keeps climbing up to the glass tv stand :-/ she has allready fallen a couple of times and banged her face on it i keep telling her no and moving her away from it but i dont think she is old enough to realise bless her i say no move her away put her down the other side of the room in no time she has crawled back over to it and is climbing it again :-/ i tried distracting her with outher toys but im sure she gets it in her mid thats were she wants to be and nothing else will do
i really need to keep her away from the stand before she gets seriously injured on it what can i do how can i learn her no :-/
My dd is 13 mths & understands the word "no" - she even shakes her head when I say it. And then she smiles & carries on doing whatever she'd like!! She has no concept of actually doing what I say even though she understands me iyswim. I think they're just too young to really get it. Is there any way you can move the stand so she can't reach it or hide it behind other furniture? Otherwise, just keep doing what you're doing - move her away & distract her & hopefully she'll get bored. Might take a while though.
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