My 3 year-old son has found a new hobby. He likes to litter the floor with miscellaneous toys and objects, for no other reason that I can see than to try the law of gravity. Of course at this point, I may never know exactly what he's thinking, but that's my best guess. It's either that, or he likes to drive his parents ragged picking up after him.
Kids should come with instructions - not just generally, but for each
stage or age. Because right now, my son is obviously going through the
3 year-old stage. It's kind of like an advanced stage of the "terrible
twos" I suppose. And dropping objects on the floor seems to be one of
the primary characteristics.
The people at White Plains carpet stores, I'm sure, have kids of
their own and know what they are capable of doing to the flooring in a
house. Knowing that, it makes sense that they're going to be able to
provide not just expert advice on what color or style of floor is right
for your decor, but also what type of flooring will be able to withstand
the punishment of our kids.
In our house, we've got a lot of laminate flooring. And that seems
to stand up fairly well to all that our kids throw at it. I'd hate to
have to clean up after the kids if we happened to have carpet or other
less durable flooring. It's not the warmest of most comfortable kind of
flooring, but it sure beats having to rent a carpet cleaner.