Five minutes and a diaper change later, I STILL wasn’t through to the right department at Bell. Not wanting to strap my toddler back in the car, I opted for the indoor play structure, hoping that she’d be happy to climb while I try and sort out my billing problems. And she was — for about three minutes. After that, our daughter begged me to climb the stairs, sit in the helicopter and go down the slide. With every slide, the static was enough to make both of our hair stand on end and I was convinced that it would short circuit my phone and I’d get a shock in my brain. And not only was Gillian screaming (this time, because she was having fun), the entire play structure was full of families getting snacks or dinners in the after school rush to get to their evening activities. It was nothing short of chaos, and I was getting the stink eye from other parents for not only being on the play structure, but being on the play structure while on the phone. I admit, it did look awful. I explain to the customer service rep from Bell that I’m out of breath from trying to sandwich myself between foam rollers in order to prevent my daughter from falling out of the play helicopter — and whether he believed me or not — 45 minutes later later my Bell problem was sorted out.