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Thread: 2 yr. old bedtime bandit

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    2 yr. old bedtime bandit

    My husband sent me this video he found.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8wk-q...yer_detailpage
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    Oh my goodness that kid is too smart for his own good!

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    This is so funny!! thanks for the laugh!!!
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    Thanks for sharing I have had a rather stressful day and it was nice to have something to smile about

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    I saw it last night on the news. That is one clever kid or a burglar in training.

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    Adorable....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    I saw it last night on the news. That is one clever kid or a burglar in training.
    I was thinking the same thing -- Cute and Crafty

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    Oh, soooo cute!! THanks for 1st laugh of the day......
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    At 2 yrs. of age. Oh my gosh! Glad I don't have to try and raise him.
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    I have been trying to figure out how to do that for years and still haven't. I'm going to be 63.

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    Cute but lets hope he outgrows the habit!!
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    I have a three year old grandson who could be his partner ! He managed to get into the locked pantry and get a snack!!!
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    OMG that is so funny!
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    lol ... too funny
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    It's pretty funny, but how did he learn it and how to stop him from doing it again.

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    Strangely disturbing. I wonder why he does it.
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    That is adorable! We get our 3 year old grandson on Monday for about 12 days and my son says he wanders all over the house at night. I can't imagine sleeping through that -- I'll see!

    Thanks for sharing that video.

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    That is so funny. We put a screen door (could only be opened by the outside latch) on the boys' bedroom when they were little. It was to keep our 26 pound cat off of the babies when they were little. Our youngest refused to sleep in his bed at 15 months and slept on the floor with his quilts so he could look out his screen door when he went to sleep. With this one, I felt especially good about the door because I knew he couldn't roam the house at 15 months when everyone was asleep and get into trouble!

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    Very cute but my 1st thought was - why are these kids LOCKED in their rooms ???
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    Quote Originally Posted by callen View Post
    Very cute but my 1st thought was - why are these kids LOCKED in their rooms ???

    I think it was the room of his teenage sister.....privacy I guess is the reason. I wouldn't let my teens lock the doors to their rooms, fire safety concerns. My Dad was a Fireman and we were taught not to lock our bedroom doors and have escape ladders in all of the rooms that had windows.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sapdoggie View Post
    I have a three year old grandson who could be his partner ! He managed to get into the locked pantry and get a snack!!!
    Cute, my Uncle used to lock the frig, pantry when we came over. My Aunt had a key and Dad would ask my Uncle to show him his latest project in his workshop. After they went outside our Aunt would unlock the pantry and we would grab a snack and go out to the picnic table and eat it. I think my Uncle was wise to the plan though, sometimes we would find Twinkies and bubblegum for us.
    Everyone is born right handed, only the gifted overcome it.
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    I swear to you, I am guilty of only being Indian. That's why I am here. (Leonard Peltier)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJinSC View Post
    That is adorable! We get our 3 year old grandson on Monday for about 12 days and my son says he wanders all over the house at night. I can't imagine sleeping through that -- I'll see!

    Thanks for sharing that video.
    My little brother Bill used to "visit" everyone at night when we were asleep at least twice a week.. And leave little "puddles in our beds....LOL
    When we all got up in the morning, Bill would be asleep on the sofa in a clean set of PJ's. Mom never complained at the extra wash he created though.
    Everyone is born right handed, only the gifted overcome it.
    I have already committed my felonies, so people don't have to worry. (Russell Means)
    I swear to you, I am guilty of only being Indian. That's why I am here. (Leonard Peltier)

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    That is so cute!! My son is a sleep walker/eater. I swear one of these nights I'm going to video him as proof.

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    Too funny....
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