This is his new favorite game. He unlocks the window, pulls down the top pane, and looks at the "birdie outside!" I'm not too concerned for his safety here because he only opens the top pane, and still has the bottom one to hold him in. (Although, he does know that this is a "no-no") He only opens the kitchen windows, because they are the only ones in the house that are small enough that he can reach the top pane. He hasn't figured out that you can push up from the bottom to open the windows. My worry is that he'll try this with one of the windows upstairs. I need to find some kind of device that will let me lock the window so he can't open it. The problem is that it needs to still be easy enough to open that a 10 year old can easily open it to escape in case of a fire. Anyone have any suggestions? Something for me to research.
Now here's the scary one! How did he survive this with only 2 little scratches? I wasn't in the room, but I'm assuming that he tried to climb up the dresser using the pulled out drawers as steps. Broken glass everywhere! Does this make me a terrible mother?