Other than rope and duct tape, and believe me, I’ve considered both, does anyone have a suggestion for keeping a 2 year-old from slipping out of her 5-point car seat harness? Yes, it is snug, and yes, the clip is at chest level. She still finds a way to free her arms. I think she is removing them, but I can’t be sure.
For those of you who live in older houses with plaster walls, I could use a voice or two of experience on hanging things and heating/cooling issues.
I don’t really consider myself a new parent anymore, which means I am only slightly less of a mess about child-related situations. For example, I didn’t take my daughter to the ER the first time she hit her head on something after Natasha Richardson’s tragic death, I only THOUGHT ABOUT IT. See, I am so much more chill as a parent now. However, I am now parenting a child who used to love vegetables, who would try anything I put on her plate, and who ate a wide variety of foods, and who now seems to hate all edible substances that are not yogurt, apple sauce, breakfast cereal, or pasta. I am concerned about her lack of adventure as an eater, sure, but mostly I am concerned about her nutrition. Should I be?