Good morning fellas, I have come across (what I consider) a unique situation at the domicile...My daughter, who is about 1.5y/o, is starting to move up and down the stairs between the 1st and 2nd floor of the house. The current handrail is positioned comfortably for an adult, but is way over her head, and puts her in an uncomfortable position when she holds onto it. As such, she refuses to go up and down the stairs herself and wants to be carried. I intend to install/construct/whatever a handrail that is more suitable for her height. THAT is where my question comes in. Sure, I could go to HD or Lowes and buy a second set of brackets and a handrail, install it, and call it a day. However, I was wondering if anyone knew of any alternatives to doing this? I've searched for "child" attachments to existing hand rails, and found none. I should mention that one side of the stairs is solid wall with sheetrock, and the other side is a combination of sheeetrock with some balusters mixed in. Any suggestions of what could be done would be greatly apprecaited. Thanks!