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How do you keep Crawlers away from your tree???!!!
How do you keep Crawlers away from your tree???!!!


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#1 Jet07

Posted 04 December 2003 - 12:38 PM

Our solution to childproof the tree was to buy an
inflatable one! Yes - from Gowings in Sydney 2
years ago. It has inflatable balls and stars that clip
on.

Shea doesn't have teeth yet so can't make a hole
even if he does chew on it. I may have to move the
christmas crackers covered in glitter that are
currently under it though - as he has found them
twice in 24 hours!

Jannette

Jet #39 DH #37
Twin boys 17-11-02 EDD 3-3-03
Shea Phoenix 740g - 1 already!
Tainn Hunter 620g - left us 8-1-03

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#2 Julie-Anne

Posted 04 December 2003 - 12:48 PM

We have either put our tree in a wooden playpen when they have been crawlers and when they are able to  walk/climb we put the tree on a table, so its off the floor, away from harms way.

Julie<BR>Mitchell, 18 Oct 97<BR>Emily, 2 Jan 00<BR>Natalie, 22 Aug 01

#3 4+4

Posted 04 December 2003 - 06:45 PM

Hi, I've got to say that I have been totally amazed at Luka's reaction to the Christmas tree.  He is nearly 1 and is crawling, but he really isn't interested.  We have the lights on and pressies underneath.  He went near it a couple of times and we just said uh uh, which is no, and he shook his head and off he went.  We did include him when we put it up, he put a couple of decorations on it.  Maybe that helped.

Hope you little one is just as good.

Ali
Mum to Katy, Tessa, Tadhg, Luka and 3 angels.
Doula




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