ha! And you know you're spending too much time in the bathroom when the kids pull in chairs, books & toys. My husband walks into the bathroom some days befuddled as to why it looks like a library.That works until you've got to go to the bathroom so badly that you think you're about to explode. You leave the door open, but by that point, your three year old is on top of the kitchen counter, eating out of the cookie jar because he's figured out how to open the drawers and use them as stairs.I never did much "babyproofing". Oh, of course, I kept the sharp and poisonous things out of reach, but it seemed that if I tried to use any of those outlet safety things or cabinet locks, it just drew my babies' attention even more. My toddlers could get into a baby-locked cabinet easier than I could. So, I babyproofed the old-fashioned way...I watched them.
Not that I would have experienced that or anything...
You got to go to the bathroom alone? I'm jealous. I think I spent about 5 years straight holding court in the bathroom like a queen on my throne, with my subjects all around me. My kids never liked to be more than 3 feet away from my knees when they were little.