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    Default DD going into big bed today :(

    Today I'm feeling a little sad. A little nervous but excited. I never felt like an emotional roller coaster when DS transitioned but I am with DD. Maybe it's because she's the youngest. We both agree we do not want anymore kids. It's like I secretly wanted her to stay little forever Just sharingthat this mummy is having one of those days. How did you feel when your little one transitioned to. A big bed

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    How did she go??

    DD1 co slept until she was 3. DD2 transitioned at 21 months (because we were having another bub) and I felt so sorry for her because she loved her cot and kept wanting to sleep in it. She loves her big bed now. DD3, well I don't want her to grow up! She is just so sweet!

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    Whoops! The date must be wrong it says the 6th but today is the 7th?! So ill say good luck for tonight!

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    Hehe thanks. DS co slept til 22 months then went nicely into a big bed. DD has been in a cot from birth. His now nearly 2 she loves her cot but is too big for it. She's a squirmer and spinner in her sleep which makes me nervous

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    Looks like I had nothing to worry about napped perfectly without a fuss today. Didn't fall off the bed. Didn't cry. Went to bed at 7 perfectly also. They grow up too quick

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    Oh that's so great but so sad at the same time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thepouts View Post
    Oh that's so great but so sad at the same time!
    It's is. I was so proud of her but a little sad cause she is growing up so quick feels like times flown by with her

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    Harder when you know it's your last to I would think..

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