Friday, November 12, 2010

Bye, Bye Cribs...Hello Big Kid Beds!

Kyndall, Ryder, Kassidy, Kaydence and Rustin


We finally did it! Last night we made the transition to the "big kid beds"! It is probably long overdue, but I have been putting it off. They could all climb into and out of their cribs (as all of you who watched "Texas Quints" on TLC witnessed!!), so it didn't really contain them, however with the bars there, at least the kids knew they were doing something wrong when they climbed out.

I am not sure how things will play out in the long run, but last night went great! They actually all fell asleep earlier than they normally do---maybe because they were soooo excited about having big kid beds that they actually stayed in them long enough to fall asleep. I found everyone pillowcases in "their" color and it was fun to see how excited they were about them. Reaching this milestone in their lives just reminds me of how fast they are growing up!



Kassidy


Kaydence


Rustin


Kyndall


Ryder


No more Cribs! Rustin, Ryder, Kassidy, Kyndall and Kaydence


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9 comments:

Crazy Granny said...

They look so grown up. It makes me a little sad.

Éfácska said...

Kyndall's hair is gorgeous!

Angela said...

Congrats on moving them to the big beds (times 5). They all look so happy.

Megan Of Parker said...

Kaydence has the most radiant smile in the world. She looks like she is happy all the time.

Welcome To Project Baby. said...

Congrats on the big kids beds. Woohoo.


I hope your first night went/goes well!

Tobi said...

I hope that they continue to be excited about their big kid beds.

I agree that they are growing up way too fast.

I love Kyndall's hair!

Diane said...

How exciting!! Your children are so beautiful. You can see in their eyes and smiles how thrilled they are. So sweet!!

Kristen Duke Photography said...

You are so good to continue to take pictures of them individually and not just collectively. They will be grateful one day...I forget to do that with my 4 kids.

My Boaz's Ruth said...

How is it that you continue to keep the kids in matchy clothes? It seems like, SOMETIMES, one of them should have a pee accident in their sleepwear/spill something and have to be changed and thus be different... We went through 3 sets last night with my son (was was fighting sleep because the bedtime routine was disrupted)