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London is still in her crib and she hasn't tried to get out.
Maybe just transitioning her to a toddler bed would help and she won't feel "trapped" per say. Im not good with this one my oldest stayed in his crib until he was 3 and then I just forced him out of it because he was so big...he never tried to get out of the crib. She may actually enjoy the freedom of the bed and she will love feeling like a big kid.
Wyatt is still in his crib as well, he has only climbed out a couple times but seems to be afraid to now.
Sounds like she is ready to transition to a toddler or regular sized bed, I know when we get there we will also most likely put the baby gate in his door so it is harder for him to roam the house at night
We did convert her crib over. She still likes to climb out over the sides and she climbs back in as well. It's like a challenge to her.
We had one successful nap time so far. I just kept putting her back into bed saying night-night and not getting mad. And it worked. All of a sudden she was asleep. Now if she can only stay consistently in her bed.
I love the new crib set-up. It's so much easier to put her into bed. But wow- she really is no longer a baby!