How do you get them to stay in timeout? Did they do it at 19 months? We put the kids (okay, Isaac) in a pack 'n' play, but it would be nice to be able to just send him to a spot in the room and make him stay there. Tips?P.S. We have the socks/shoes fetish here, too. What is up with that??? :)
So sweet! We haven't started time outs, but are very close. I think we'll use the bottom step of our stairs or buy a bench. Our friend calls her's the "Ready Chair"(Instead of the Time Out bench or Naughty Chair) for "When You're Ready to... or Are you Ready to...?" I thought that was interesting.
This is great...and so sweet, too! Don't you wonder what's going through their little minds?!
Hey, Beth! I couldn't find your email address, so I'm posting a note back here...hope you don't mind. I have to tell you that my heart skipped a beat when I read your comment about me being a proud "grandma". Bwahahaha!!! (I get it now, but I guess it's kinda early for my brain on a Saturday.!) I'm 34, but my hubby is a few years older than me. I am sure we're going to get that comment for real one day, and it's probably going to crush me. :)And, on another note, I looked at your Blogger profile. Do you live in Kentucky? We're in Bowling Green!
You are good to them! In the summer time I made all the socks disappear... there were none to be worn and I appreciated that less to whash!!
stopping by from M&M. Too funny that the girls all joined her in Time Out!