As you probably already know, we are currently residing in Dave's parents' basement. It is what Dave likes to call "loft-style" living. Basically that just means it's one big room-bedroom, couch/living room, desk/office, kitchen, pool table, closet-with no divided rooms with doors.
What that means for my daily activites: I spend all day watching Lily like a hawk because she can easily move from 'room to room' and of course she has found (and loves) the most dangerous areas.
These are what I consider our major danger zones:
Those are the worst ones. The other areas-such as the kitchen with tile floor and bar stools, and the pool table with lots of pointy corners-cause a few tears now and then from head bonks and the like. But I guess I'm just a little more worried about all the electronic hazards. And Dave thinks it's cool to try to teach her to climb up those stairs, cause I guess I don't have enough kill-my-baby-things to worry about.
My current solution has been to put a few throw pillows in front of the plugs and such but unfortunately my little Lil is smarter than a few throw pillows....they are really no obsticle for her.
And so my question: How can I baby proof this disaster-waiting-to-happen? Anybody?
[UPDATE: Dave has brought to my attention that this post comes across as whiny. I am very sorry! I didn't mean it as a complaint. There's definitely nothing to complain about! I was really just hoping for some advice!]