I promised some pictures from my Memorial Day weekend...and maybe I'm a little slow, but I'm posting some now!
I also have a question for you all! Some of you may have seen this on Facebook earlier, but for those of you who didn't, here is the problem:
Sydney, 16 months old, has started getting her legs stuck in her crib slats (during her naps). I found her 2 days ago with one leg stuck (her knee was the main problem). I used a lot of vaseline and wiggled it out. This morning, I found her laying on her stomach with BOTH legs stuck-up to her diaper! She was wearing pants this time, so vaseline wouldn't help. For some reason-I say God-I put her in 2T pajamas last night and they were a little big, so with a lot of effort on my part (and crying on Sydney's part), I wriggled one leg out of the pajamas at a time. Then applied a LOT of vaseline and wriggled her little legs out.
Her poor legs are red and bruised-mainly from her pulling them before I could get them out. They look so sad! Anyways, do you all have any opinions on what to do? I am thinking a toddler bed. She doesn't stand in her crib anymore, and she goes straight to sleep when we lay her down, but she is quite young. I don't think bumper pads will help-she always put her legs under/over them when she was younger so we took them out to prevent using them to climb.
I worried that if I hadn't gotten her out when I did, she could have lost circulation. Thankfully, we have a video monitor so I keep an eye on her. ANY advice/opinions are appreciated!