Ok, Cecilia is turning 2. I am convinced that she should be ready for a toddler bed.
She has a convertible bed. All I have to do is remove one of the walls and it turns into a toddler bed. I tried this a few months ago and while she went to sleep just fine, halfway through the night I heard her get out of her bed and start playign with her shoes.
She didn't try to come out of her room, although since I went in ther enad told her she needed to go back to bed and then just brought her to my bed so she would sleep, I think she just probably didn;t get a chance to try to come out of her room.
So, my question is this. How do I keep her in her bed? She likes sleeping with the door of her room closed, so I know I can keep her in her room, but how do I keep her in bed? I'm afraid she will just decide to get up halfway through the night and start playing in her room every night and then just be tired when I try to get her up to get ready for daycare.
Answer by Musicmom80 at 11:46 AM on Jan. 5, 2011
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Answer by LuvMyMedic3ID at 12:16 PM on Jan. 5, 2011
With my son he DID get out of bed the first few nights... he ended up falling asleep on the floor. We just let him. After a couple of nights the novelty of the new sleeping arrangements wore off and he has never tried to get out of bed. He doesn't even get out of bed when he wakes up, he waits for us to get him. We use a safety knob on his door so that he isn't able to wander the house... if he would happen to try to leave his room.
My son is 2 1/2 he's been in his toddler bed (convertible) since he was 17 months.
Answer by AmiJanell at 3:20 PM on Jan. 5, 2011
Next question overall
i swear to god im going to lock myself in the bathroom.....................