If we leave the hallway doors open, they instinctively know it and find their way into a bathroom or bedroom they shouldn't be in. There is not a cupboard or drawer in the kitchen that they will stay out of. I had a few people suggest giving them a cupboard that would be "theirs." They said that their own child then left the others cupboards alone.
I decided one day to finally give in and let them have a cupboard.
|They taste so good!|
|I love how they are sitting back to back.|
|The Pyrex has now found a new home|
So now my question is this: How in the world do I get them to stop getting into every other cupboard still???? I've given them their own cupboard and drawer, yet they STILL want to get into every other one as well! I realize we could solve this problem by putting little door baby proof thingies on. However, we don't have the kind of cupboards that have knobs, so we can't just tie them together. We actually have to screw/drill into the cupboard door to attach the baby proofing. I don't think that is something we should do at this point, since we are selling our house. I also don't want to do that to my china cabinet!
Now, not only do I have plastic containers and lids spread all over my kitchen and living room floor, they are still getting into the other cupboards. I was told that if I gave them their "own" cupboard, that they'd leave the others alone. I want to know how to make that happen!