Kayla got out of her crib tonight. Like, they were fussy, I went to check on them, and there she stood in the middle of the room when I opened the door. Putting her back in a bit later, she was able to demonstrate to me that she could get her leg up over the railing (bed is already set to the lowest possible setting), and I assume was able to just pull herself up and over. What's weird is we didn't hear a sickening thud
or anything like that, so unless Professor Xavier comes to visit me soon, I'm just going to assume we lucked out that she didn't break her neck or whatever.
So, yeah. They turned 18 months this month. Is toddler bed the only option here? They haven't really hit the point yet where we can just say, "This is your bed now" and expect them to stay in it. Just thinking about the nights we'd have trying to get them to sleep with the run of the room makes me cringe. Outside of chicken wire or hobbling, we're kind of scratching our heads.