I was thinking about this last night and realized that the biggest problem I have in terms of home defense right now is my 22 month old toddler.
See he's right at that age where he has absolutely no understanding of danger or risk or bad guys or anything like that, and it can't be communicated to him.
He's also right at that age where he mimicks us in everything we do. But not because there's any real thought to it, it's just mimickery.
Night before last we ordered a pizza. The pizza delivery guy came and just guess who answered the door before I could get there? That's right, my little boy.
I'll end up having to put a chain or blocker bar (like in hotels) or something on our door to hinder this behavior, but with three teenagers also in the house, there's a lot of running in and out all day long, so the effectiveness of even that is somewhat minimized.
I figured I'd throw this out here and see what some other people think about it and if they have any good suggestions. Obviously, in time (hopefully soon) I'll be able to break this habit of his, but in the meantime, what to do?