basically when my sons were ready to sleep in a "big boy" bed I would basically lay them down in their beds and kept the door opened but put a baby gate in the door way so they couldn't come in to my room. the first couple of days/nights I had to constantly get up and put them back in their beds.... but each time I would wait a certain amount of time of their crying to get them.. 5 min 10 mins, etc... until you just let them cry it out. its self soothing they have to learn it at one point. its hard but seriously after a few days she will be sleeping in her bed and know that its her bed and that bed time is now and that basically she has no other choice. it worked for me with my twins :) I just have to get a bigger place to do it with my lil girl lol
Yea I need a baby gate so she won't end up in big brothers bed lol.
Quoting B★B's Mama:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Desire' Rigney:</b>" im having the same problem with my lil ... [snip!] ... place to do it with my lil girl lol"</blockquote> Yea I need a baby gate so she won't end up in big brothers bed lol."
you could probably get one for cheap at walmart I believe the cheapest is like 10-15 dollars I don't really remember lol but they are pretty cheap there and work pretty well!
p.s. next one will be sleeping in his/her own bed ;)
I honestly don't mind it sometimes, but she has her own bed and all, but she refuses to sleep in it. So what my husband and I have started doing is when she passes out for the night we wait a few before putting her in the room, turn down the lights, and put the tv on low volume.
When we know she's out cold for the eve, we put her in her own bed.
It's taken a few tries, but slowly but surely they'll get used to it. Every kid is different, it'll just take some getting used to.
My daughter turned 3 july 12 and she still sleeps with me. Its a comfort thing ( that i hope she will grow out of soon) Some nights she will go to sleep in her bed but will wake up around 3-5 and climb in bed with me!
not that any of this is any help to you!