I find my two-year-old asleep in her floor almost every morning. She has a toddler bed and she LOVES her bed, but she can't seem to stay in it! I have even found her halfway UNDER the bed - sound asleep! I cannot figure out for the life of me how/why this happens. I mean, the thing has rails running half the length of the bed!
Crib is not an option. A. It reinforces 'baby' and may cause regression in other areas. B. It would confuse the heck out of her. C. We took her out of the crib because she was climbing out and I didn't want her to get hurt (this was about seven months ago).
Our bed is out of the question as well - I get the mess beat of me if she sleeps in our bed (the child is like a windmill). I have had friends tell me not to worry about it, but our house gets a bit drafty and she is like a little ice cube in the morning, even in her fleece jammies!
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