I am sad that my 2.2 year old daughter can now reach the yale lock on the front door and let herself out (well as far as the common stairwell, we live in a flat) - will need to train myself now to keep the chain on during the day!
My house is a new build and disabled friendly so all light switches are very low and plug sockets are high (more obvious for little one). Drives me crackers as even toddlers can reach the light switches.
OMG this reminds me of when my youngest was little & if anyone ever told her she was a big girl now, she'd rush towards the light switch reach up for it & announce she was still little as she couldn't reach it!!!!
I completely forgot she used to do that & I'd purposely tell her she was a big girl because I loved that reaction..... <goes to join OP in hysterical bawling>
ds has been able to reach them since about 2.5. he justs finds something to move across the room and stand on then turns them on off on off 100 times a minute.... perhaps he is really gifted and is using morse code?
We still have knots in the bathroom pull switch, they were to stop dd swinging off it as a toddler. She is now taller than me. I'll cry buckets next July when both my girls will be off to senior school. Because of nursery I will have been doing that school run for over 11 years!