Mum's solution to stopping her toddler ruining her Christmas tree

Mums reveal their VERY elaborate (and hilarious) solutions for stopping cheeky toddlers and pets from ruining their Christmas trees

  •  Mums are loving this very extreme solution to keeping Christmas looking good
  •  The solution sees the entire tree protected by a custom-built cage
  • It protects the tree from any damage from pets or children touching decorations

Australian mums who are already sick of their toddlers ‘ruining’ their Christmas decorations are excited over this seemingly ‘excessive’ solution to the problem.

The mothers have bonded over a picture of a fully caged-in Christmas tree which has been beautifully decorated with glass baubles and lengths of sheer material.

‘This is the best idea, I am definitely doing this next year,’ one mum said.

Mums have come together to praise the idea behind this ‘excessive’ Christmas tree protector – and discuss how they keep their kids from ruining decorations

Some mums revealed they only decorate half of the tree, so eye-catching decorations are not in easy reach of small hands

While another agreed writing ‘this is fabulous’ in caps beneath the photo. 

Some mums didn’t go as far as to cage their whole tree – but they did put protective pens and fences around the bases.

‘I am nervous about our tree, the play pen may have to come out,’ one mum said. 

Other trees were only decorated from half way – keeping enticing, shiny objects out of reach for curious toddlers. 

‘I am putting mine up on a cupboard,’ one mum revealed. 

Others reflected on how lucky they were to have children who didn’t need such sophisticated devices to keep them from ruining festive decorations.

‘My two-year-old isn’t even interested in the tree or his presents underneath. I keep hoping he will tear into them so I don’t have to wait another month.’  

According to some exasperated Christmas lovers it isn’t just the ‘human children’ who are causing problems.

This toddler is kept away from his tree using the playpen designed to keep him inside

‘I need this, keep the fur kids off it,’ Katherine said.  

Others reflected on how lucky they were to have children who didn’t need such sophisticated devices to keep them from ruining festive decorations.

‘My two-year-old isn’t even interested in the tree or his presents underneath. I keep hoping he will tear into them so I don’t have to wait another month.’

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