View Full Version : Suggestions for keeping DS contained?
01-10-2006, 04:04 PM
I work in a small office, DS comes with me everyday. Before now, the playpen would keep him safe and let him play. But now he wants to walk around and get around. The only problem is that it is an office, a construction office so there is always someone walking in with dirty shoes, stuff on the floor or around that he shouldn't get into. Plus our chairs are on rollers and he likes to get behind our chairs, I am scared of rolling over his fingers. I have started to block him in in a area of the office that I vaccum and then put his toys in where he can safely play and I can still see him and watch him while I work. He is good at getting out though. I need something better. Any suggestions?
01-10-2006, 04:18 PM
Superyard XT with extension kit. I use one in our living room large enough area to move around, but still contained.
01-10-2006, 04:19 PM
SuperYard? It's kind of a playpen on steroids -- you can block off a good big space.
01-10-2006, 10:46 PM
Yes, in fact, our friends with twins have gotten a ton of them and blocked off an entire room (about a foot or so in from the walls). It keeps the kids away from the plugs (and the windows when they wanted to hit the windows with their toys) and some lamps and then the couch and other "safe" furniture is on the inside where the kids hang out with their toys. It works fabulously.
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