My dd went into a bed at 18mths with a rail. fell out twice into beAn bag but got herself back into bed. She sleeps under everything and takes All her dolls and teddies into bed with her - and sleeps under them All. I just let her be.
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03-10-2013 06:38 #11Senior Member
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03-10-2013 06:45 #12
We've just got rid of DS sleeping bag because it seemed to annoy him more than anything. He is still in a cot though and I've been wondering the same thing Pesca. He is all over the place in his cot and I think he has been getting a bit cold this week with the freezing weather overnight. Not sure when we'll transition him but its not looking good for a while yet, this week he's favouring down ward dog slumber.
03-10-2013 06:53 #13
DD is about the same age and went into a king single about 2 months ago. She spins around, tosses and turns and ends up all over the place (usually at the top of the bed though). We introduced a pillow a couple of weeks ago and that actually seems to make her stay in a 'normal' position most of the time.
We stopped using the sleeping bag before moving to the big bed. I just dress her accordingly so she doesn't get cold in the night. If its particularly cold I sneak in and put the covers over her, although lately she seems to like tucking herself in so often puts the covers on herself.
03-10-2013 07:16 #14
My four year old still sleeps on all sorts of weird angles, and I often find him with his head down the other end of the bed haha. My 2.5 year old is in his own 'big' bed and often sleeps horizontally.
03-10-2013 08:15 #15
But this is part of why I want him sleeping properly, so I can remove the sleeping bag. I want to start TT now that he's in his own bed, so think (as R&A said) that the bag may be a hindrance.
Good idea Cue, maybe I'll pop a pillow in and see if that helps! I've been too nervous to intel rosier that yet.
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03-10-2013 17:24 #16
I was nervous about pillows too! I got a kids one, it's the same size but not as thick and it's really breathable. DD loves it.
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03-10-2013 20:31 #17Senior Member
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I was going to suggest a pillow. DS was a wriggler until we gave him one.
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