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    DIY Toddler Bed Rails

    DIY toddler bed rails. We have recently been on the fence about moving our youngest son out of his crib and into a toddler bed. At some point, toddlers need a little more freedom. Moving them out of their crib gives them a sense of independence. If you are on the fence like we were, check out this post on When to transitions to a toddler bed to help with what signs to look for if they are ready. In that post, I discussed how we moved my oldest son to a full-size bed when he was eighteen months. Plaid sheets | Comforter | Moose pillow pet This post may…

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    When to Transition to a Toddler Bed?

    Are you wondering when it is time to transition your toddler into a toddler bed? Lately, my husband and I have been discussing if it is time to move our youngest into a toddler bed. He has been sleeping in his crib since he was about three months so is it time to move him to a toddler bed or not. This post may contain affiliate links, which means I may make a small commission on purchases related to my link at no extra charge to you. With our oldest, it was a no brainer that we needed to move him into a bigger bed. We needed his crib for…

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    2-year-old Sleep Regression

    2-year-old sleep regression. Usually when parents talk about sleep regressions it is the ones that babies experience at infancy. By the time toddlers are two, they are used to some sort of a bedtime routine. But this is also the time where a sleep regression can be affecting their bedtime routine. If you are struggling with a bedtime routine for your little one check out this post to help with them falling asleep. What is a sleep regression? Sleep regression is common around 4 months, 8 months, 18 months, and 2 years. Basically, it is interrupting the baby’s regular sleep pattern. Each sleep regression may be caused by something different.…

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    The “New” School Year

    The “new” school year. This year has been non-stop craziness. It has been a year of adjustments and struggles in our daily lives. This means there will also be adjustments for this upcoming school year and how classrooms will look and feel. The new guidelines may be difficult for parents but think about the children and teachers that will have to be facing these challenges on a daily basis. If they have to wear masks, they won’t be able to see their friend or teacher smile. If they have to sit 6 feet apart, they wont be able to talk with their friends. If they can’t share or touch items…