Help finding a good storage i can lock and hide away from curious little eyes

Chelle Love Chelle Love
I am a self employed "cam girl" who has many toys, but I am also a full time mommy... My little ones are very curious and love to get into mommy's things... I need good ideas on a larger storage container or anything that can lock so I can keep curious eyes out of mommy's personal belongings... Ideas please???
08/01/2012
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Locking foot lockers are wonderful for large collections. Wal-Mart has them for pretty cheap. Check eBay, too.

Another good thing for little ones? A blanket "mommy's room is off limits" policy. My son is only allowed in my room if I'm there with him to keep him out of things. This pretty much eliminated the need for locking storage (which is hard to find!).
08/01/2012
js250 js250
I use an antique steamer trunk. There are many different ideas, if you want to be a bit creative. Grab an old dresser from a second hand store, dress it up with paint, etc. and add u-shaped fasteners to the top of the drawer and on the middle support board for small padlocks to loop in and lock. This would look nice on cam as well as being organized. A cheap wardrobe cupboard from Walmart, drill holes through the handles and lock it. Antiques are always a good deal, pie safes, cupboards and vanities with drawers....
08/03/2012
AlianneCimorene AlianneCimorene
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Originally posted by Chelle Love
I am a self employed "cam girl" who has many toys, but I am also a full time mommy... My little ones are very curious and love to get into mommy's things... I need good ideas on a larger storage container or anything that can lock so I ... More
A friend of mind uses a locking foot locker to keep everything tidy, but I prefer to use large zip-able purses. Look for ones that have two zippers or some other way of adding a lock. It might not fit everything but you can have multiple ones and they don't look out of place.
I also have a suggestion for taking the focus off of the bags/storage items you might get: before using them fill them with other, 'boring' things and leave them that way long enough for your kids to get in them and see the innocent items and maybe loose some of their curiosity. Then switch those items for your toys, and maybe they won't even look at them again. It worked on my little brothers but your mileage may vary.
08/03/2012
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