Yep - he loves his single bed! Besides I need the cot for baby number 2 but that's not the reason I didn't bother with the toddler bed - he's so tall I wanted him to have plenty of room and a single bed fitted the bill perfectly also means you don't have to make 2 changes, one to a toddler bed and then again to a single bed.
i put archie into a single bed 3 nights ago as i want the cotbed for the baby and didnt want it to seem like i was turfing him out and putting baby straight in. hes in bunk beds(on the bottom) with his big broter and he has a bedguard and he loves it, he goes to bed fine and still sleeos through the only difference is instead of shouting us in the morning from his cot he rattles the safety gate now lol
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