I'll let that sink in. He was HOLDING MY SON. WTF doesn't even begin to cover it. I was flabbergasted. I said, "Ummmmm." He was mortified, and told me that he came down from the attic and walked out of my room to see Harrison standing there. Harrison saw him and started crying. The guy knew I was getting my neighbor, so he picked Harrison up and brought him downstairs. Where I found him standing awkwardly holding and bouncing my child.
So basically, my child ESCAPED HIS CRIB, opened his door, and roamed the upstairs. I am just in shock. This weekend at my sister's house, he tried (unsuccessfully) to escape the pack and play a few times. I thought it was just because it was so low.
So now, I have to decide what to do. I'm really not ready to go into a full blown bed yet, even though his crib converts. I'm also not into toddler beds because if you're gonna go, go big. He also has some furniture in the room that I'm concerned about him being around without supervision. Like a desk with a separate hutch on top. That could fall down and smash him. So, my options seem to be get a crib tent or take the mattress support out and put his crib mattress on the floor in his crib.
Anyone have some ideas here? I know I'm not the only one who has gone through this, but damn! That joker just grew up right quick!
Anyone else ever have a worker randomly holding their child? Lol, I'm guessing NOT!
And ps, you know you're a blogger when your first thought after something happens is, "I've GOT to blog this!!"
So please, check out this re-enactment of the great escape.
Someone hold me and send either Bud Lite or wine.