i would keep some things as close as possible we were about to go from cot to bed but didn't and it has helped a little to delay it they do need a security blanket also on thing we have been doing is to get her to play n her room during the day time which seems to be helping a bit x
I would personally go straight to the toddler bed if you're comfortable with it, just play it by ear. Aisling went from sleeping on a mattress on the floor in the room I shared with her to being in a toddler bed in a room on her own and she got on absolutely fine
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