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I have had the kidsline malawi line fo items in my childs room. Now i had to upgrade to a toddler bed and cannot seem to find the toddler set anywhere on the internet at all.. its discontinued i know but i had hoped someone out there would be selling one.. I need to know if kidsline happens to have any of the malawi toddler stuff left anywhere. thank so much for your time :) rogpog24@hotmail.com

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Amazon is a good website or ebay. Check regularly. Also talk to the company, maybe there is a good reason it is discontinued and will make you change your mind on buying one

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Many parents worry about their toddlers safety when transitioning them to a toddler bed. I would like to give you a few tips that will help ensure your childs safety while putting your minds at ease.


Choose a bed that is low to the ground - this will not only make it easier for your child to get in and out of bed, but help minimize the risk of injury

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Wait until your child is at least 2 until you give them a pillow for their bed to avoid risk of suffocation


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In the earlier stages leading up to transition time, I recommend introducing the subject with your child by pointing out older siblings/cousins who use "big kid" beds. Make your child excited about the idea of having their own big bed.

Try to place the toddler bed in the same place where your childs crib was, creating a further sense of familiarity and comfort.

Don't prolong the inevitable - take the crib away and immediately. Out of sight out of mind.

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Relax - If you are tense about your kid moving from the crib, they will pick up on it. Don't rush the move as toddlers like to do things in their own time. Some kids are very excited to make the transition to a more grown up bed but others are fearful. If your child is reluctant, you could let them use it just for daytime naps at the beginning.

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Don't panic - some kids sleep really well from their first night in a toddler bed and others take ages to settle. If your child keeps getting up and coming to your room, don't panic. Try not to get cross or turn the issue into a battleground. Just firmly but lovingly take your child back to their own bed. If you stick to this method, your child will eventually get the message.

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