A woman I work with told me her 3 year old son is still sleeping I his crib. Anyone else have an older child still sleeping in a crib?
That seems a little old to me. She said he's only tried to climb out once. As long as he's not climbing out she's keeping him in it as long as possible. Other than I have another little one on the way so I need the crib and wanted a good long transition time, I probably would have kept him in it. He was quite happy in his crib.
For him it was his bed. Mine too, never tried to climb out of his crib. Most parents I know that have moved kids early has been because they need to use the crib. Of course I know this isn't always the case as some to change early as well. The one nice thing that has worked for me is that my son was really ready to be in his twin bed and has never gotten out middle of the night.
If they are too young age or development it ends up being a hard transition. Every child is different and different sleep situations work for different families. J JM If there's no need to move him climbing out constantly, needed for a new baby then it's fine.
I only moved mine because I needed the crib and they did very well in their twin or toddler beds. To each their own. I don't think many three year olds surpass the crib weight limit. E Empire I kept both of mine in cribs until 3 years old or so. I don't know why one should feel rushed too be them.
It can be a harrowing time for some families. We can't speak highly enough of this bed or of the Childrens Furniture Company. She has never tried to climb out but can climb in ;.
I don't remember where I heard it but I remember reading that it is good to keep them there for a while. It's safe and secure and try are still so little.
When thy did get a big bed they understood, were ready and it was exciting for all of us. Only once did my second crawl out and after being scolded she never did again. There's no right or wrong here. No one is a bad or good parent based on this. Not that you were implying that I just think we fall too easy into comparing as moms when we hold live and let live asia as possible.
We are all just doing our best. She has never tried to climb out but can climb in ;. She likes her bed. We've offered her a twin but she's happy for now. So I don't see any big deal.
She was nervous that night when we put her to bed and said no mommy I want crib. My husband converted it back and she went to sleep just fine.
I won't push her. If she feels more secure than she's better in the crib. She will let me know when she's ready to covert. I honestly don't see what the big deal or shock is.
Our kids are small and until they get a set of bunk beds which will be in the spring, I see no need to move them. I honestly do not understand what is shocking. Our kids love their small beds, and until you're getting up x after you put them down because they are still to young to understand "stay in bed", you prob won't understand it.
Don't know if this one due April will follow suit. We'll just see how he does. Children toss and turn all night and might fall from a big boy bed. I think crib is good until 5. T Trying2conceive2 Trying2conceive2 I'm not saying its right or wrong. We plan to keep our son in his as long as possible. But I wasn't thinking until he's 3. Whatever works best is my thought.
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