Whatever I do, he just thinks it's funny. I usually try to vacuum at other times (like when dh is around and can play with ds), but sometimes I don't have that option.
I guess this would apply to a lot of things he does, but particularly with the things that are absolutely unsafe.
|Originally posted by TracyK
My 21-month old ds loves to play with the cord of the vacuum cleaner when I'm using it. Experienced mamas, what's an appropriate way of handling this in a gentle manner?
Keep an eye on them, and keep them away from the socket.
Satisfy their curiosity and they'll abandon it soon enough.
Now, if I could just figure out how to get the dogs to leave it alone when i clean...
DS: 18 DD: 15 DD: 8 11/10 4/11
DD: 3 8/11
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Whenever we go to Goodwill or a thrift store he runs right to the vacuums and will plug them in and proceed to vacuum the store. He's the same way with brooms and mops, but not as bad. He just loves those vacuums!
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