Of course, with toddlers, one can never be too careful which is why I always subscribe to putting all vital objects out of their reach always. I recall my daughter sneaking up after dinner one evening to have a gulp (or maybe more) out of the bottle of dettol the nanny had put out for her evening bath. I went berserk and even her usually cheeky self felt my angst that day. I can laugh over it now, but it was not a good feeling at all at the time.
Children are always inquisitive and they have little or no sense of danger in them at all, bless their dear hearts. :) After I had my first child, a respected friend of mine said to me "congratulations, you have just murdered sleep". I felt really weird getting that message but I waved it off in my euphoria of being a new mum. A few days later, I totally understood what she meant. LOL. You simply have to watch over them like a hawk for the rest of your life.
I absolutely love children and their innocence even when they get up to mischief.
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