1. I am right with you on this one Emma. Little 3 is sooo different to the girls. He is now moving stuff to climb up somewhere and is half way up the stairs before i have enven shut the gate! They say boys will be boys and I like you certainly have my hands full!!

  2. My little boy is the same. I can’t leave him alone or I will find him standing on the couch (the other day he walked straight off it, I expected him to burst into tears as he fell to the floor but he got up and laughed!) he too just runs back and forth like a crazy kid!
    Your little one looks so cute and cheeky!

  3. Ha ha! Ben wasn’t a climber, but I definitely know what you mean about boys being different from girls – he needs physical activity and can’t bear sitting and playing quietly (unless it’s with superhero toys at the moment). You need eyes in the back of your head!

  4. Oh jings! Tell me about it! have three boys aged 7, 5 and nearly a year and honestly, the three of them terrify me on a daily basis! I’d be all for just replacing the whole of the house with soft play and making padded rooms, because honestly, if there is something to break or destroy or climb on, they do it! Yesterday they managed to break a cup without even going near it (they were jumping up and down on the other side of the room and it fell off a shelf). It’s very stressful, ha ha!

  5. Aww, G sounds like he’s definitely got the energy of a very happy little boy. I definitely agree with you adding the risk assessment bit to your CV – my background is in events and you’d be surprised by how many people don’t know how to consider or manage basic risks, let alone the ones children can create!

  6. I can so relate to this post. A baby wriggling free from the straps meant to hold it in place to a toddler running around with a remote in hand. #MaternityMondays

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