I was very concerned about SIDS and put my baby on the hardest crib mattress I could find. It's hard as a rock. Now that he's a toddler and well past the age that it's a concern, I want to get him something softer. It seems like no one makes a specific 'toddler' crib-sized mattress aimed at this age group, although there are combination mattresses with one hard side and one softer side. I'd love to get some recommendations for softer crib-sized mattresses for a toddler. Thanks!
We're almost there with our 22 month old. But, with my 8 year old, I waited until she was climbing out and showing up in my room in the middle of the night (frightening). That's when I knew we had to make a change. I started with a toddler bed (because I had access to one) and then a twin bed with a rail (one side against the wall). She did pretty well, but Jack-in-the-Box is a great way to describe her behavior for a while!
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True Modern is a fairly new company that makes kids' furniture and textiles. All of their furniture is made of sustainably harvested birch plywood and uses low-VOC finishes. In the current market, you can easily pay $1000+ for eco-friendly kids’ furniture, so it is nice to see a collection at a lower price point. I would go so far as to call it super-affordable, but it is on the lower end of the pricing scale for green furniture collections that are available now. I also tend to think of furniture as an investment rather than an expensive burden. If you buy smart, and take care of it, the furniture you invest in can last a lifetime.
With the transition to beds, you may also wonder whether your multiples should continue to share a room There are advantages and disadvantages to separating twins or multiples as toddlers, and you'll have to discover which option works best for your families. Separated multiples may feel compelled to get up more often in an attempt to be together, yet other multiples can't seem to fall asleep with the distraction of a playful sibling nearby. It may take some experimentation (and fretful bedtimes) to figure out the best solution.