Our expert says:
Kids can be rather logical to a point, and, inconveniently, won't understand why some behaviour is OK at home ( and you think it's cute, and laygh encouragingly ) and yet gets forbidden when he's somewhere else. As Maria says, it's his job, his task, to be curious at that age, and ours to keep him safe by encouraging him not to eplore riskily. But better reduce some types of exploratory behaviour at home, too. Unless one has protectors on plug holes ( and even if you do, other homes wont ) exploring plugs can be dangerous. And tugging can pull things over on him.
See what the parenting forum can suggest. generally, it comes down to distraction and redirection. And babysitters were invented so you can go out to dinner without bringing the great Explorer with you
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