The other night, Brooklyn wanted to sleep in Emma's bed and Emma wanted to sleep in B's crib, so we let them give it a try. As soon as we left the room, Brooklyn got out of the bed. We had told her that if she got out, she would have to get back in her crib. She was not happy about it.
Today, when I went to lay B down for her nap, she got in Em's bed. I told her that she could try again, but she only had one chance to stay in the bed. I went back to check on her a few minutes later and she was in the bed playing with animals. I tucked her back in and never heard a peep. I had to wake her up from her nap, so I was able to sneak a few pictures before she woke up. She was completely turned around from the position I left her in earlier.
We have a few options if this thing sticks. B's crib makes into a toddler bed, but it is still a little high off the ground and has no rail. Just this past weekend, we took advantage of a sale going on at the place where we bought Emma's bed and bought a matching bed and a trundle. We are thinking about storing the twin bed for a while and just having B sleep on the trundle. This will allow more space in their room since we can roll the bed in and out. If we have 2 twin beds in there, they will take up the whole room.
I am not sure that I like seeing my baby girl in a big bed (as cute as she might be in there). It makes it to much of a reality that she really is growing up.