My son is 10 months and he gets out of his crib all the time. We've put pillows down all around it so he doesn't really hurt himself, but its still unnerving to hear the thump of him hitting the pillows and then a few seconds later here him come crawling out of his bedroom to the living room where we are. I really don't know how he does it. He stands pretty well and is really trying to walk but I just had no idea he had that kind of upper arm strength, its crazy! Anyway, I was wondering if anyone thought a good solution to this would be a toddler bed, with the barriers on the sides so he doesn't have as far to fall...I can't think of any other options. My ILs say its a bad idea and I need to watch him till he falls asleep but I don't want him to get used to me being in there while he falls asleep.
Answer by LoriKeet at 12:18 PM on Feb. 7, 2009
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