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http://www.accountkiller. Minnesota 34665 posts
10th Apr '13
Quoting Mummy-2-2-Monsters:" <blockquote><b>Quoting dad man:</b>" yea, its the bedtime i am concerned about. Sleep ... [snip!] ... sleep.." That may work too. It all depends on how your children are :) Good luck. But definitely better for de cluttering."


LOVE decluttering!



Thank you for the ideas!



for us, I bet we'd put 2 year old down for bed first, and then let our 3.5 year old fall asleep in bed with us and then move him in to the room with 2 year old. I bet there would be some stirring at times for a few weeks, but I feel like we could probably handle it.



I'm in no real rush to completely kick our 3.5 year old out of our bed. Hopefully by the end of the summer, but that gives us quite a while for our 2 year old to transition in. :)

Mummy-2-2-Monsters TTC since Aug 2014; 2 kids; Seven Hills, Australia 9505 posts
status 10th Apr '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting ~*Icat*~:</b>" LOVE decluttering! Thank you for the ideas! for us, I bet we'd put 2 year old down for bed first, ... [snip!] ... old out of our bed. Hopefully by the end of the summer, but that gives us quite a while for our 2 year old to transition in. :)"</blockquote>




Probably best. I hated the transition of our daughter from our bed. We wanted her in her own bed when I was pregnant with Marcus. It was horrible. Absolutely horrible. It took about 3 months for her to get our of our bed completely. Now my son is in a habit of coming to our room early in the morning. But at least he doesn't scream bloody murder when I take him back. Though we never co slept with him, we did with tash when she was baby though, til we said no more.



Hoping it's a smooth transition!!

http://www.accountkiller. Minnesota 34665 posts
13th Apr '13

so, we switched it up, and put the boys in their new room together. They did great the first night! (last night).



Then my 2 year old has been throwing up all day now