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DS is still in his but DD (twin) has been in her toddler bed for a few months now. He is showing no interest in climbing out.
Just wondering if there are others.
lol...ok i'm glad it's not just me that is in no rush to convert to toddler bed lol...i just know this one will come out of his room constantly. Thanks ladies! I feel much better now!
logoz80:Just because he's not climbing out doesn't mean anything. My daughter wasn't climbing out but I needed to move her into a bed anyway. She's happy as a clam in her big girl bed, we've had no problems with her sleeping, in fact, on the rare night that she's a problem, we can at least lay down with her now.
I disagree that it "doesn't mean anything." If a kid is sleeping perfectly through the night and not trying to climb out of the crib, it means a lot.
We moved my LO a few months ago because a baby is on the way, but if not for that, he would likely still be in there. He loved his crib and slept great.
kgopel:I truly believe in keeping kids in their cribs until 3 if possible. There are so many dangers for kids to get into, I just think developmentally they are so much more ready to take on the big kid bed at 3. With DS, we made transitioning to the big bed part of his 3 year old birthday celebrations. He got cool new sheets/ blankets, books etc as gifts and we made a big deal about it being a "3 year old big kid thing". I hope we are able to do the same with DD. She is almost 2.5 and still in the crib