A new mother went to the psychiatrist because she was worried about her baby.
“Doctor,” she said, “Since I had the baby I can’t sleep at night. When I’m in the next room, I have this dreadful fear that I won’t hear the baby if he falls out of the crib at night. What should I do?”
The psychiatrist thought for a minute, and then said, “That’s easy to resolve, just take the carpet off the floor.”
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