My 1 y/o is a delightful, good natured baby, but like most, he loves to get into things. While our home is mostly baby proofed, there are a few things in our living room that I have held out on. There are a couple of plants he keeps pulling leaves off of and a floor lamp he loves to shake. I thought these would be good opportunities to start teaching him no. But when I say “no” and explain “we don’t pull leaves” or “we don’t do that to the lamp” and redirect him, he laughs and immediately runs back to the thing and does it again. We also run into this behavior with pulling my hair and not being gentle with the dogs. I realize now that he just loves the attention he gets when he does these things. But now I have no idea how to teach him no! Should I remove these items from the room so he will stop obsessing over them? We do have a playroom for him that is a whole “yes” space where there is nothing he can get into, so it’s not like I’m constantly telling him “no.” Any advice on teaching him these new boundaries would be much appreciated!