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    The first time you hear a thud in the night you know you have waited too long - they've learnt to climb out


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    About 18 months. Only because both were trying to climb out at that age and our floor was tiled (I would have kept them in longer otherwise).

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    Ds1 was 2 when he went into his car bed.
    Ds2 is 2 and a half and will be going into his car bed once it arrives.
    The novelty of the car bed with lights worked well with ds1, he was happy to saty in it so the process was easy, hopefully it will be the same with ds2.

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    18mths. Needed the cot for 2nd bubba

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    miss now 3 moved into a big girl bed just after her 3rd birthday! her parents and I kept her in her cot until then as she slept well in it an it was a big exciting thig for her to get a big girl bed for her birthday'. she now sleeps in a double bed with railings and never gets out

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    20 months. That way gave her a good 8 months of being in her own bed so she'd forgotten that the babys cot used to be hers and only sees it as the bubs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmPowering View Post
    she now sleeps in a double bed with railings and never gets out
    it's funny how different parents appreciate different things. I like that my kids can get out of the bed, and come to me if they wake in the night. But i never used a cot with 4 sides to hold them in, so i haven't experienced the benefits of having them contained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles10 View Post
    it's funny how different parents appreciate different things. I like that my kids can get out of the bed, and come to me if they wake in the night. But i never used a cot with 4 sides to hold them in, so i haven't experienced the benefits of having them contained.
    yes I agree! I'm not there parents but full time nanny so I put them to bed a lot. an d both miss 3 and miss 5 have been taught to stay in beds in morning and call for mom to come get them in morning. They don't use toilet during night. guess there's pros and cons to both choices

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    18 months for DS..and 20 months for DD..

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    Quote Originally Posted by LifeInShadesOfGrey View Post
    24 months and still in a cot. No interest in a bed and not attempting to climb out. So I'm okay with her staying in there for now. We are moving in a few months so thought I would set a bed up in the new room and see how we go.
    This is us except DD1 is 2 1/2
    We have a king single for her in the spare room but its too bright in there for her day naps.
    Will put her in her big bed when we move, she'll be just about to turn 3


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