So, it finally happened here at the Reynolds Nation. We put it off as long as we could. Judah moved over to the big boy race car bed!!!! He is the oldest of any of our kids who was still in a crib. Our firstborn, Bryn, was 18 months old when we moved her over. We couldn't wait, we were so excited to have her grow up a bit. And the other kids moved over easily, because there was another baby on the way to take over the spot in the crib. But not with our Judah. He is 3 1/2 years old. We waited as long as we could...it's so much easier to keep them in the crib. Until yesterday and he hopped right out of it...in 10 seconds flat. So, it's the end of easy bed times for us. Now, we have adjust him to staying in his new bed. The first night was easy, but I think it's just because he was afraid to get out. So, our crib is not in use for the first time in 9 years. All my kids used my crib (bought very inexpensively at Service Merchandise, which is no longer around), and it's still in great condition. It's hard for this mommy. My baby is growing up quickly. It makes me a bit sad!
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