When I tell you C's routine/schedule it is not just so we have something to talk about. His schedule/routine has been a long time coming and it is extremely frustrating that you attempt to sabatoge this everytime you come. His naptime is 2, not 1:15, not 1:30...2! I will be home by then and need to nurse him, so just because you want to watch the price is right or he has become bored sitting in the same room does not mean you can try to put him down for his nap early. I should not have to tell you twice a week to not put him down for a nap while I'm gone, after I told you the first 10 times, this should then become common knowledge. If you were to successfully put him down for a nap, he then would wake up hungry and not go back to sleep.
Also, telling me about the 50 times that you obviously weren't watching Coop does not help your situation. Telling me how he almost dropped your phone in the dog bowl (which is across the house) or how he was almost on top of the table when you got to him, make me wonder what happens when I'm gone. I admit that C is quick, but even if I'm cleaning the house for 8 hours he doesn't get into as many things as you have stated he did over the past 2 hours.
However, thank you for making me feel better about my decision to put him part time child care and reduce your hours to nothing.
C's frustrated mom!
*It just stinks, because she was AWESOME when Coop was tiny and had colic. She would walk the floors with him, wrap him, snuggle him through his naps, etc. I guess he has just become to active (aka, too much physical work).