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Sep 20, 2010


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Great post. I've been giving this some thought now that i'm prego w/ #3. #2 will be 23 months when #3 is born. We borrowed a crib for her when big brother was still in the crib, but that crib is now being used by it's original owner, so not an option this time. I'm just planning on seeing how she's doing later this winter. Next question is where to put all the kids since we'll have 3 kids and only 2 bedrooms for them!!!!


This post is fitting as we just moved big brother into a big boy bed at the grand age of 37 months. I slept in a crib untilmy 4th birthdaay, so I wasn't in aany hurry, plus in the last year my husband deployed and we moved 3800 miles. So far, so good. It has meant a return of nightwakenings for big brother, but he has not yet left the room. The only adddition to your list would be a good top of the gate stairs if you live in a two story house....and a child-proof door knob cover for little's room, so big doesn't go in there to wake up the baby while you sleep.

Rachel O.

We moved my daughter into a big girl bed around fourteen months of age. We only had a pack-n-play (no crib) for her, and when it was recalled, we just moved her straight into a bed. The bed with a railing worked out great, since she was too small and afraid to climb out!

Now my son is sixteen months old and we're still struggling with sleep training. It was nice with my daughter, since we just lay down with her til she fell asleep to a CD. We might buy a used toddler bed so we can employ the same strategy with #2... especially since they share a small room, and we plan to move before he would outgrow the toddler bed.

Tricia Morgan

We've moved both our 1st and 3rd child into a twin bed before they were 2 yrs. old. One thing that I think helped the transition was we started having them nap in there during the day for a couple months before we made transition at night too. That way I could see how they were doing in there, keep my ears open, and they could get used to it a bit. We didn't have a problem either time moving to night time. With the 1st, we did put a gate in the door. With the 3rd, her bottom bunk has rails all the way around and she hasn't tried to get out by herself - but I think having her sibs with her helps, she'd rather stay with them.


I moved my daughter a month or two before her sister was born, so when she was 21-22 months. In talking with friends, I discovered that doing the transition before she knew how to use a doorknob was helpful! We usually sleep with the door cracked but when it is bedtime or naptime the door gets closed all the way. The room is child-proofed (no diaper creams, plastic bags, cords, etc in reach) and she has a basket of books to read while she's falling asleep if she chooses. We close the door and let her go. It has been about 5 months now and basically we had no problems. Except an occasional mid-night wandering. (We crack her door when we go to bed so she can get up and wander at will. But the door creaks so we wake up when she does. And the stairs are gated!)

Every child is different, but mine is one data point for the fact that it can happen with no problems before age 2.


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