My lo is still in his cotbed with the sides on and he's just turned 2. We took the sides off a month ago and it was a complete disaster! He didn't go to sleep for nearly 2 hours just stood at his door screaming. Once he did settle he got out of bed twice in the night and it just completely freaked me out. The sides went firmly back on the next day and he's back to being asleep within 10 minutes of being put to bed.
21 months. I moved him when he could climb out of his cot. It has gone well, he doesn't get out of bed in the night and settles fine, only thing is now he can get out himself up he gets up at 6ish every day, whereas in his cot he wouldn't cry for me to get him up until 8ish X
Thanks Ladies! I was just wondering if I was doing something wrong because my DS still sleeps in his crib. The sides are high enough and the mattress low enough that I don't ever worry about him crawling out. He is 17 months old, but a whole bunch of other girls I know already have their kids in a toddler bed and thought maybe this was something I should be doing too?
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