It's no secret that Simon is training to be an champion olympic door-man. He's obsessed with opening and closing doors wherever we go. People always think he's so polite in wanting to hold a door open for others.
At home he loves to close doors, especially those that I need to stay open like our bedroom door and the door to the storage area where the kitty litter boxes are kept. The last thing I want is an issue because one of the cats can't get to the litter box! Anything that we use as a door stop can easily be moved. Even our 10 pound roller coaster wheel can be slid out of the way. That's why I wanted something easy to install that Simon couldn't undo but could be easily removed by us, if need be.
Introducing my toddler-proof door stopper:
It's a pool noodle that I picked up for a $1. I cut off a piece about 6 inches long and then cut halfway through it to the hollow center. That's it. Pop it onto the side of your door and voila! No more worries about closed doors or fingers getting pinched. You can probably get about 12 door stops out of one noodle. Look at the big brain on Diana.