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    DD1 was 2yr 7mths and was a perfect transition no issues at all

    DD2 moved to a bed a fortnight ago at 22mth in prep for our next bub and the first 10days were hellish but has settled down now.

    Next bub ill wait till 2.5 and hope for a smooth transition like DD1

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    we only just took the rail off the cot a month ago and he is 27mths. Thankfully he hasn't gotten out at all so I think he is ready for a real bed soon. He yells out when he needs one of us to get him to take him for a wee.

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    19 mths. We didnt use a toddler bed she went straight into a normal single bed with a safety rail and the cot mattress on the floor next to the bed. Never had a fall. Never had a problem. easy!
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