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I would also talk to her well before naptime about the behavior expectations once she is laid in bed. Makes sure she knows exactly what is expected of her rather than just trying to get her to comply once you are already there.
That's the tricky part - what should I do when she gets out of bed? I don't know how much to expect out of a 2-year-old. If she's still long enough, she falls asleep. But how do I teach her to be still? And what kind of age-appropriate consequences can I give when she won't stay in bed?
I know friends who get their 2-yr-old to stay in bed, but that's just because she knows she'll get spanked if she gets out of bed. We don't spank.
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