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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Maybe that wouldn't be such a bad idea. He is terrible with blankets. He's always kicking them off. Did u have any trouble with your kids getting up and tripping over? DS has never attempted to walk in his sleeping bag lol all I worry about is he will fall over trying to get to our room and whack his head on the tiles (probably unlikely! But still a thought)
    No. Mine both perfected the grobag-shuffle and both could get around quite well in them by then! They both used to want them kept on for about an hour after they got up. There probably were a few spills sorting it out, but nothing major.

    I think they both would have been 2 when we moved each of them and both were in the cot for a bit with the side off, and then into a single bed. DD was easier, she happily went straight in. DS was a bit trickier. He took weeks to convince to move rooms, so I'm glad I started early as we needed the cot for DD!

    Not sure how old your little one is, but they do adapt pretty quick - though it did take months and months to stop kicking their blankets off. I eventually turned their blankets around to tuck the length in on the sides to keep them warm in winter! Still do it now with DD and
    she's 4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    No. Mine both perfected the grobag-shuffle and both could get around quite well in them by then! They both used to want them kept on for about an hour after they got up. There probably were a few spills sorting it out, but nothing major.

    I think they both would have been 2 when we moved each of them and both were in the cot for a bit with the side off, and then into a single bed. DD was easier, she happily went straight in. DS was a bit trickier. He took weeks to convince to move rooms, so I'm glad I started early as we needed the cot for DD!

    Not sure how old your little one is, but they do adapt pretty quick - though it did take months and months to stop kicking their blankets off. I eventually turned their blankets around to tuck the length in on the sides to keep them warm in winter! Still do it now with DD and
    she's 4
    I might try him in his bag. He stays so warm with it so it might keep him asleep lol he will work out how to shuffle or will just call out lol
    DS is 2.5 so we are just kinda putting it off, he's ready for it I'm sure but it's been easier to just keep him in his cot lol
    Ha! I will have to keep that in mind!!
    Thank you

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    Seeing the pic of your kmart doona on top of the cover id think the best idea would be to buy 2 of those , turn the sideways and sew together to make the perfect sized quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by RmumR View Post
    Seeing the pic of your kmart doona on top of the cover id think the best idea would be to buy 2 of those , turn the sideways and sew together to make the perfect sized quilt
    Thanks! That's a decent idea!! I will see if my mum can do it lol I'm not handy sewing at all!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hasselhoff View Post
    Thanks! That's a decent idea!! I will see if my mum can do it lol I'm not handy sewing at all!!
    Probably the cheapest idea too.
    Should be rather easy to do and only take about 10mins on a sewing machine

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    Out like a light lol
    Not a chance it's gonna be that easy though lol
    He wanted his old faithful blanket so just gave him that, in his sleeping bag. Fingers crossed for a good night

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