Those are the stairs back there. Originally, I had been using the box and the stroller to block them off, and that worked just fine. Until today... Little Miss climbed into, onto, over, and under her stroller more times than I can count. So, the dining room chair had to come into play. I can't wait for my dad to get back from their cruise so he can help me get the baby gate installed again.
I love my dining room table. Unfortunately, it is exactly head height to Little Miss. Hence, my dining room chairs now act as a baracade in order to prevent head injuries. They also serve as refuge for the poor cat, who Little Miss just LOVES and can't get enough of. Kitty Cat Tommie, however, has had more than enough of Little Miss.
I'm in the process of switching bedrooms with Little Miss, and during this morning's rearranging session, she discovered the window sill. I must have told the child "no" 10,000 times and removed her from the sill as she climbed up into it. She thinks Mimi's silly and playing a game. Mimi got smart and pushed the twin bed up next to my queen bed so there is no way she can get to the window sill. She was not amused.
Not only have I had to shut the doors to both the bathroom and the closet, I've had to add a baby gate because Little Miss has decided to pry open the cabinets as far as they will go with the safety locks, put her little foot into the cabinet, and attempt to get inside the 2 inch slat. She is just stubborn enough to continue to try it even though it has yet to produce her desired result.
She is killing me... She is absolutely killing me. Thankfully, she's played so hard today that
I am she is currently enjoying her second nap of the day. :-)