As parents watch their baby grow up it can be hard to let go of them being young. Once they are getting to the stage of not sleeping in a cot anymore and have their own bedroom you will need to redecorate it from the baby designs. Many parents decide to decorate the room in neutral shades before the baby is born so it is not suited to either gender in particular. Once you have your own little girl or boy and they are ready to spend a bit more time in the room it is nice to update it, and possibly paint it blue or pink!
The first thing that parents will want to buy is a bed. There are specially designed beds that are smaller than a single bed to suit your child at this young age. You do not want something too big for them, and also the lower down to the ground the better, just in case they roll out of bed one night. Once they get used to it this should become less of a worry and they will enjoy being in a more comfortable place to sleep too. If they do happen to fall out it will not have hurt them too much thanks to the short gap. It is not only hard for the parents to allow their children to grow up, children find it even harder not being allowed to sleep in their parents rooms and will often put up a fight not to stay there. This is why it is especially important to decorate the bedroom, and perhaps make it a surprise for them too.
Once the room is fully decorated and kitted out with their favourite cartoon or film character, complete with bed covers, cushions, toys and more they should become more excited at the thought of staying in a new cool room. You can also put glow in the dark stars on the ceiling and invest in a night light to make them feel at ease about being alone in the near dark. You should make the most of having a fantastically decorated room that suits them at this age because it will not be long before they are growing up more. At this point parents can expect the cartoons to be coming down from the walls and then replaced with plain colours, feature walls and posters of their favourite celebrities everywhere. Enjoy seeing the different stages of these bedrooms and every stage of your child's journey in life.