It's so easy, even a baby can do it. With the help of a jealous older sibling, of course.
For the last half an hour, Mackenzie sat idly by as her mother frantically searched under every table and in every closet for her little brother, Gavin.
Mackenzie admitted she felt a little guilty about letting her mother worry while the baby was perfectly safe inside the Brik-A-Blok tunnel system she had constructed that morning. But hey, a kid's gotta learn survival skills sometime.
Ever since that little thunder-stealer had learned to crawl, Mackenzie had to endure all the obnoxious oohs and ahhs and incessant clapping every time he moved one measly inch forward. Is that seriously all it took to impress them? Let's just see how long it takes Sir Snots-A-Lot to navigate his way out of this maze of easy-to-assemble panels.
What she hadn't counted on was the peek holes foiling her plan for supreme sibling domination. Just as her mom was about to call the police, she asked Mackenzie one last time if she had seen Gavin. Mackenzie shrugged her shoulders and made sure to avert her eyes when she shook her head (because every kid knows it's not technically a lie if you don't make eye contact). That's when Captain "Hey Everyone Look At Me!" decided to pop his head out and giggle at the two of them.
You win this round, Drool Master G.