Quoting ~Mommyof3girls~:" Wear him on your back when cooking? There's so many carriers to choose from that it'd be easy to put ... [snip!] ... etc) so you can supervise and let her know the do's and don't's of baby. She'll catch on soon, she's still little and learning."
All of my kids have plenty of one-on-one time with me. She COMPLETELY understands the "do's and don'ts of baby" but the problem is that she DOES the DONT'S anyways. Lol. I don't know why.
I'm really not interested in baby-wearing. I appreciate your opinion, but my back can't handle a squirming 22-pound baby wiggling around and pulling my hair... nor does he enjoy being in a carrier AT ALL. He is at the stage of just wanting to be independent and run free. If you put him in a carrier, jumper, pack and play or ANYTHING remotely confined he just screams. Plus, again, I really want to better teach HER to leave him be than just avoid the situation by carrying him around. There will be another baby here soon and I can't possibly be carrying them both around at the same time and trying to keep her away. She NEEDS to learn.