Imagine another set of stairs that looks just like this.
Imagine a toddler on this set of stairs patting a pile of this paper on to her head while giggling.
Imagine walking up these stairs into a bedroom that is not yours to find the paper shredder tipped over and half emptied across the bedroom floor.
Imagine glancing up to see the shelves of the closet in the bedroom that isn't yours covered in piles of this shredded paper.
Do you laugh? Cry? Run and hide and swear she isn't yours? Or do you kick yourself for not thinking to grab the camera much more quickly?
This is the kind of thing that happens when you leave a mischievous toddler to her own devices for three minutes. She starts out chasing the poor kitty and doggie to discover something much more fun, clever and creative.
Note to self: Never let the quiet time of an unseen toddler exceed 30 seconds.