MamaDSx2&SDD Due July 8; 3 kids; Monroe, Michigan 9997 posts9th Feb '13
Quoting pitbullprincess:" So for the moms that did it for youngerish children you could say it worked out fine for a two almost ... [snip!] ... assuming this baby is like my LO that will be the general age range he is probably gonna be at when he gets moved to top bunk "
yes, i think my oldest was about 3.5 when he got bunk beds, but my just turned 2 year old was very good and knew better than to get on the top
pitbullprincess Due June 24; 65 kids; Fayetteville, North Carolina 1295 posts9th Feb '13
Quoting BetterOffSingle!:" yes, i think my oldest was about 3.5 when he got bunk beds, but my just turned 2 year old was very good and knew better than to get on the top"
I think my son could handle it I just wondered myself as the OP did who knows my second child could be completly different and stay in the crib past ten months that would be wonderful
Captain Obvious 2 kids; Havana, Cuba 25634 posts9th Feb '13
Quoting pitbullprincess:" didnt think of that...."
It was so much easier to transition them from the family bed to their own bed because they were still sleeping together.
kinsella London, United Kingdom 14 posts12th Mar
Quoting **Kiddy Kat**:" You can comment if you u think try need a guard rail or what not. My son is only 1.5... I'm not getting ... [snip!] ... 1.5... I'm not getting him a loft bed yet. But my plan is it get it one day so he has all the space on his floor the play :-)"
For bunk beds it should be from ages 5 and above.
Lumen.Ash Due November 23; 1 child; Denver, Colorado 1272 posts12th Mar
When my son was 4 I put him Top Side... But it had a guard rail.