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We put the toddler rail on Didi's bed yesterday! She did great going down both nights so I think it's a pretty smooth transition so far. I was worried because she's been waking up at night recently, but last night I heard her wake up, call for me and turn around and go back to bed...she could have walked into our room if she wanted to, her door was open and our room is on the other side. I'm glad she seems to like her new bed and hopefully she might even sleep better in it!
We sort of couldn't decide if we wanted to try the toddler bed now or wait it out a bit...but I thought what the heck, I have another week before I need to go back to work, let's try it out and see. She loved it initially, she'd sit in it and play in it, but when the time came for her first nap she wanted nothing to do with it, but we held our ground and she finally took a nap and then it was fine after that. The only thing is that this kid never ever wants the fun to end...so if she wakeds up at 2am (like she did the past 2 nights) then she comes to find us in our bed and thinks it's playtime. BUT I think I've found the solution for that also. Last night we let her get into bed with us and she got tired of us pretending to be asleep and she got out of our bed, went back to her room, closed her own door and climbed back into her bed and went to sleep. It's actually been much easier on me because if she wakes up and actually wanst us, she comes to get us, otherwise she rolls over and goes back down. I don't have to go back and forth anymore. The only sad part is that I have officially lost everything babyish about my little girl...except diapers. Hopefully getting rid of those next!