Are there any railings or something that we can buy to stop his tumble?
I am kinda anti toddler bed. I just think they are a waste and I feel most crib mattresses are uncomfortable. Als it is just one more transition they will have to make later. My 13 month old sleeps in a double futon. Lower to the ground than a regular bed, high enough quality that she can sleep there forever, all of the room she is used to. A twin mattres son the floor is what we have used in the past. And then when they were ready we added a frame.
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We put his mattress on the floor. No more problems!
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