In my 17 month olds cot there is her lambie, her seahorse and a flat pillow.
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24-12-2011 10:06 #11-
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24-12-2011 10:17 #12
My 11 month old has her sea horse , a sheet and her taggi sometimes. You aren't mean my dd doesn't play when she wakes up it's mummmmmm straight away
24-12-2011 10:23 #13
How is it mean? Dont get it.
Anyway my DS has a fitted mattress protector, a fitted sheet and himself in a sleeping bag. I want the cot to be a place for sleep not play.
He can play anywhere but his cot.
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24-12-2011 11:26 #14
24-12-2011 11:53 #15Senior Member
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Her Gloworm, favourite stuffed toy (VERY attached) and a couple of books. The books are great, as she wakes up and sits there looking through them for a little bit
OP - do whatever works for you. As you can see from this thread, there is no one right answer!
24-12-2011 12:39 #16
DS1 used to have a fitted sheet, blanket and a small non leak bottle with water in it.
24-12-2011 12:41 #17
My ds has a few stuffed toys that were bought when born they have only just not long been put in either. He doesn't really play with them they are just sitting in there. He has just recently turned 1 and got a leapfrog my pal scout which he loves so that goes into his cot with him as he sings too him when he's going off to sleep.
25-12-2011 19:50 #18
DS has 5 soft toys, 2 blankies and a douvet lol!
Most of the soft toys are for stuffing into the corners though as it's the only wood that isn't covered with a bumper.
The blankies have ribbons and rubber on that keeps him occupied for a bit after waking up and the douvet is his comforter - never actually used as a douvet.
29-12-2011 22:36 #19
DD has a dummy, her lamby comforter and a piggy stuffed toy and she sleeps well with those things (and her sleeping bag).
29-12-2011 22:44 #20
A fitted sheet, a sleeping bag and her Piglet cuddly.
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