Last night we put together Max's new bed! He was so excited to see his new bed in his room. And bedtime went a lot better than expected! He didn't nap all day, which helped. He settled himself down and went right to bed and slept through the night. I was worried that he would wake up and start wandering around the house. His head was at the foot of the bed when I checked on him in the middle of the night. He never once fell out! I am interested to see if tonight goes as well. He doesn't nap during the week and is ready to go to bed at bedtime. So I do think the bed will work well for him. And I think that he is really proud of his Big Boy Bed!
(Ignore the pink sheets. He will be getting sheets for Christmas.)
I married my husband, John, in June of 2002. We have two children, Ava and Max. Max was born on November 15, 2006 with a rare syndrome (Rubinstein-Taybi Syndrome). I hope to educate others about RTS and meet families on the same journey.