What worked for you? Our daughter was 3 when we move her out of her cot. She never climbed out of it… She was just breaking it by jumping in it… So we shifted her just to a single bed mattress on the floor for a few weeks, and then bought the bed in.
Jess Son was 2 we put pool noodles under his sheets on either rise to stop him from rolling out and it worked he transitioned very well he always has though from cradle to cot to toddler bed to single bed without a fuss.
Petra My daughter is 11 months, we are doing day sleeps in her big bed and she us going really well. Getting ready for big girl bed all the time. We have another baby due in 10 weeks so she had to grow up. She is kicking the sides and waking herself up from not having enough room in the cot. Now 21 months and so happy with that decision. My daughter was 9months as she was climbing out of cot. Amy I put my baby into a bed at about 14months.
We had a pillow on the floor incase she fell out… It was a toddler bed so not far to fall when she did: Vicky Transitioned to toddler bed cot without sides at 15 months and kept routine the exact same.
Was as though he was still in cot. Took him with is to shop and watched what bed he climbed onto easily. Have a rail on side. During the day I find him asleep on floor with pillow but at night stays in bed. Just plays with toys in the morning. Katina 2 years old he had a day sleep in the big bed and that night he wanted to sleep in the big bed again no hassles what so ever slept straight thru to.
Emma Child 1 and 2 were 14 months as they easily climbed down, 3 was 20 months, her bed was already in her room but instead of putting child locks on everything we left her in the cot till she climbed out, all girls. Child 4 a boy I moved him out recently at Christine 18months with my daughter coz I needed the cot for her brother and just recently with my son whose 17 months coz he kept climbing out.
Both of them I put straight into single beds didnt bother with transition they slept in it the first night no issues. Cece My daughter was 21 months, it was a lot easier then I thought. I now lay in bed with her to read her 3 books after that I tell her it time time for mummy to go and she goes to sleep. Occasionally during the day she will get up and read more books by herself before she falls asleep, which I encourage. Chloe 19 months we are on week 3 and some nights are good some nights not so good we just made sure dd knew we in room next to her and if she needs a cuddle cause of waking we give her one then leave we have another due in April so had to transition as she was co-sleeping with us but we are happy so far.
Alicia 16 months old, and into a toddler bed. Kyra 15 months, we started with day sleeps in his big bed then started nights about 4 weeks later. Inge Mine was just 2. We just put the bed in her room but left the cot set up too just incase.
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No dramas or changes at all. If anything it was better as we could sit in bed and read stories together before sleep. Much nicer wish I did it earlier. Katie 23 months old and he loves cars so we bought him a car bed he loved it so much the transition was very easy his actually has been sleeping a lot better since. Zsuzuika My son was 2 when we moved him into a bigger room and big bed. He helped pick the paint and bed and where all his toys were going to go.
Ash My son was about 20mths I put him in a toddler bed for a little while and he was fine then we brought him king single and a side rail but took it off cos he found it hard to get into bed plus we have another on the way so wanted him out cot so he could detach himself from it. Emma 18months I set his whole room up and put his favorite toys in there first week he would just go in there read books ect then qe started just day sleeps which he loved and he wanted to go in at night he slept soo much better he was too big for his cot he would always get his legs caught n wake up!
The decision was made for 2 reasons, she was climbing out and we were concerned about her hurting herself. Secondly we had a new baby due. Best tip was to get our dd involved in picking her bed and bedding so she was excited to be in her big girl bed. Carmel 14 months he kept putting his legs out and getting stuck and screaming then trying to climb it. We took the rail off about 2 months ago she was in a good sleep routine whilst in her cot so we just kept going with it but just in a bed instead.
Touch wood it stays like this. Ashley My son hated his cot, would never sleep well in there due to head blister from birth. I gave up before he turned one and put him in single bed with rail.
This worked a treat, I learnt what sleep was again hehe then other medical things begun and I ended up putting him in a toddler bed next to my bed. Best thing I found for us.
He was happy, I could get some sleep. Any bad night we would hold hands. On his third birthday I banned my bed my room and he did an amazing job, then at Xmas I introduced only going to sleep in his bed, not mine, not the couch etc. I think the cot can be a safe place for them to sleep. If they go to a bed and keep getting out use a baby gate.
My son has one on his door but we put something in front of it to keep it open. I found talking and preparing was our greatest strength. Elizabeth Some helpful information from Sids n Kids What are your best tips to transition your child from a cot to a bed?
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