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Adventures of floor bedding part 3

Since the a lot of folks ask about how the floor bed is going I thought I'd give periodic updates. Miloh seems to like it, although he knows no other way, and we're liking it to.

He continues to roll of it but no longer gets upset when it happens. Last week I opened the door when I got up in the morning to see him lying off his bed, near his grey chair, and smiling as he tried to get his foot in his mouth.

He doesn't cry when he wakes up because he can explore the room...but he's getting a bit more mobile so we're baby proofing it now.

While he can't crawl yet he can roll across the room to get what he wants...

One morning Staci heard clanging from his room. She thought a cat was banging on his door to get in. When she got up to shoo the cat away didn't see one, but she heard the banging, then she heard some giggles. When she opened the door she found that he's rolled across his room and started to play with the garbage can...

That's the whole point of the bed...he has independence...we have to move the can out because it's not something he should be playing with...but he's doing what he's supposed to....exploring.






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  1. Just wait until he crawls. Then it gets interesting...But love the floor bed. Just wish I could keep my son in his anymore (He's 9 months now).

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  2. You guys are awesome! I am researching floor bedding (to much familial chagrin) and I love every part of it. Your blog is like scientific proof that this is a safe and healthy alternative. Thank you thank you thank you!

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