Aside from letting your first child know that they are going to have a new sibling, sleeping arrangements may need to be changed to accommodate baby number two. This could mean having to move your firstborn to a new bed or room.

If moving is necessary, there’s a right way to go about it, according to professional nanny Jada Rashawn, who serves as a nanny consultant for the childcare marketplace Sittercity.

Aside from letting your first child know that they are going to have a new sibling, sleeping arrangements may need to be changed to accommodate baby number two.

Aside from letting your first child know that they are going to have a new sibling, sleeping arrangements may need to be changed to accommodate baby number two.

“Transition baby number one from a crib to a ‘big kid bed’ if they’re old enough and are showing signs of readiness, such as standing or climbing in and out of their crib.” Rashawn wrote to Fox News via email. “One crib is better than two and this is a great way to help your firstborn celebrate a milestone!”

 

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