[Editor’s note. This was slipped under the door last night. We aren’t sure, but we believe the baby has resumed writing his blog.]
A travel advisory has been issued for the bathroom. You can open the toilet and put your hands in, and this is not good. A lock has been placed on the toilet to prevent tampering.
A travel advisory has been issued for the home office. Travelers can apparently open the filing cabinets and get into papers that are not for babies. A lock has been placed on the filing cabinet to prevent tampering.
A travel advisory has been issued for the kitchen. Travelers can open the cabinets, remove heavy pots and pans, and injure themselves. Locks have been placed on all cabinets to prevent access.
A travel advisory has been issued for the baby’s room, specifically for the changing table. Travelers can open the cabinet drawers, remove all clothing, throw it around the room, open up packages of diapers and freely distribute them, tear apart packets of wipes, and become involved in the unauthorized use of digital thermometers, which are not for babies. Locks have been placed on all changing table drawers and cabinets to prevent tampering.
A travel advisory has been issued for the baby’s toy piano between the hours of 10 in the evening and 8 in the morning. Apparently, babies can pound on the piano at inappropriate hours, disturbing neighbors within a one hundred block radius. The piano has been placed in an inaccessible location during the restricted hours.
A travel advisory has been issued for the bowl of cat food, even though cat food is delicious when eaten by the handful when nobody is looking. The bowl of cat food has been placed in an inaccessible location which is almost inaccessible to the cat, except that he can jump very high.
Further travel advisories will be issued as needed. Please visit the State Department website for updates, or ask my mommy.