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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    I am wondering how tonight will go. It's dd's first night in her toddler bed and in her own room. She's super excited! In fact she's so excited that I suspect it will be an impediment to her actually going to sleep.
    Fingers crossed @BettyV I hope it goes well!
    How old is your dd?
    My dd is 19 months and I'm thinking about when to move her to a big bed. She loves her cot and rolls around heaps in her sleep still so for now she's safer in the cot but I'm looking forward to moving her!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingermillie View Post
    Fingers crossed @BettyV I hope it goes well!
    How old is your dd?
    My dd is 19 months and I'm thinking about when to move her to a big bed. She loves her cot and rolls around heaps in her sleep still so for now she's safer in the cot but I'm looking forward to moving her!
    She's 2.5 years. She rolls around a lot during the night too so we've put a bed guard rail on for her. Fingers crossed it's enough. I'm actually feeling a bit sad lying in bed at the moment. I miss her little snuffly snores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BettyV View Post
    She's 2.5 years. She rolls around a lot during the night too so we've put a bed guard rail on for her. Fingers crossed it's enough. I'm actually feeling a bit sad lying in bed at the moment. I miss her little snuffly snores.
    It's a big milestone that's for sure. You'll have another snuffly little snuggle bug soon though

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    I am wondering if DD is going back to sleep any time soon. She woke after an hour of sleep. And has decided to continue practicing walking along the furniture and wall to examine the contents of the cupboard in the bathroom

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    I am getting a tad worried about DH. He left at 6 for a bike ride and is still not home. Usually gets home after an hour or so...

    Eta. 30 mins after this post he arrived home. He decided to ride to the city and back today.
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    Running around like a headless chook, trying to make sure the house is in a decent state of tidiness, doing laundry, and getting bags packed before we fly out to Sydney tomorrow morning.

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    Thankful that school is back tomorrow.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babybeeno1 View Post
    Thankful that school is back tomorrow.
    I am wishing ours was too. I have to wait until Wednesday for a bit of peace and quiet

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    Sad that co-sleeping with my DD (3) has come to an end She is now in her big girl bed in her own room, decorated by her (full time Christmas tree...). I'm not use to having so much room!

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    How did the co-sleeping end @Wissa? My ds is 3 and doesn't look like he'll stop co-sleeping for a long time. But we don't have his own room set up either so maybe that's why.


 

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