Grandkids jumping on furniture
When our grandson comes over (he's 2 years old) he stands on the furniture and runs his toy trucks over the sofa, chairs and coffee table as well. He's freely allowed to do this at home but we prefer he doesn't do it at our house. If he thinks he can do it at 2, when why not at 4, 5, 6 and older? We're not particular, we just don't think he should be allowed to climb and stand on the furniture and drag the toys over it too. Since his parents allow him to do this at home, it's hard to get him to stop at our house.
Am we being too picky about this? We feel we have the right to set reasonable limits in our home but it's hard when those limits aren't imposed at his own home. His parents frequently joke that "he runs the house" at home. He's a very smart, lovable child and we don't want to crush his spirit and make it no fun to go to Grandma's and Grandpa's, but we feel that these are reasonable limits.
What do you think?