[QUOTE=loitering;12690195]What are you talking about? People should not put their children in beds anymore because the kid might hide when there's a fire? And no one's talking about actually using a lock and key - every parent can get into the room easily. [QUOTE]
Can they? what about in a fire? with smoke? you cannot see? can you still get into the room easily? have you ever been in a fire? I have! PERSONALLY. My fiance is also an EMT/Firefighter. I know how locking the door goes.
[QUOTE=loitering;12690195]And because your daughter doesn't like the door being shut... what exactly? That means no child does? [QUOTE]
No but we aren't really talking about closed doors, locked ones are the issue and the only reason I brought up a closed door is to reference my daughters LOVE for her crib.
[QUOTE=loitering;12690195]And what point are you trying to make about letting kids run free all the time? I have no idea what you're trying to say.[QUOTE]
Not sure how to say it any clearer??? Where do you draw a line? If cribs are so bad what should we do with them (Not all parents enjoy or want to or have children who like to co sleep)
Originally Posted by loitering
ETA: Maybe I'm misunderstanding you. You're saying that kids do need to be put in something to keep them safe, but you think cribs are okay and locks on doors aren't?
LOcked doors are dangerous for the various listed reasons above. A crib is not against fire code however and children are easily accessible in one.