A COUPLE made a toddler-proof Christmas tree that’s nailed to their wall after their mischievous son pulled aside his grandma’s fir.
Michelle and Darren Montgomery had taken their son Tiernan to go to his grandma and the little toddler was instantly drawn to her fantastically adorned Christmas tree.
A pair created a “toddler-proof” tree after their baby destroyed his grandma’sCredit score: SWNS:South West Information Service
Michelle and Dean Montgomery have been eager to seek out away to maintain cheeky Tiernan from flattening their treeCredit score: SWNS:South West Information Service
Regardless of his mother and father’ protests, cheeky Tiernan repeatedly tried to tug the tree down, sending baubles flying throughout the lounge and leaving each ornament dented.
Fearing the worst for their very own tree, his mother and father got here up with a plan for a toddler-proof Christmas tree that may survive 18 month outdated Tiernan’s grabbing fingers.
Wrapping tinsel and lights round items of lath wooden, joiner Darren, 39, NAILED their distinctive tree to the lounge wall of their residence in Larne, Northern Eire and the result’s a piece of festive genius.
Insurance coverage administrator Michelle, 37, stated: “After seeing how he stripped his granny and grandad’s tree, there was no method we have been placing one up in our home!
Dad Dean discovered a method of making a tree that could possibly be nailed to the wallCredit score: SWNS:South West Information Service
“Tiernan needed to climb it and determined to have nice enjoyable taking part in soccer with the baubles.
“He saved taking all of the baubles off and throwing and kicking them – each bauble on my mum’s tree now has dents in them!
“He did not pull the tree down however was continuously pulling at it so my husband and I made a decision we had to consider one thing Tiernan proof.
The couple are thrilled with the outcome which value them simply £20Credit score: SWNS:South West Information Service
“My husband determined he would connect two items of lath to the wall with screws so Tiernan could not pull it off the wall.
“We then used cup hooks from high to backside on each bit of lath to carry the tinsel and copper wire lights.
“We’re fairly a inventive household and we love something quirky and totally different from the traditional. We’re actually happy with how effectively it turned out, particularly for less than spending about £20!”
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