It may be one of the biggest milestones for parents and their toddlers -- the transition from crib to a bed.
However, a new study finds that delaying that could lead to better sleep for both.
Researchers at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia looked at data from nearly 2,000 caregivers with toddlers aged 18-36 months.
They found that those who continued to sleep in a crib until three-years-old slept better.
Not surprisingly, so did the parents.
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Study says delaying transition from crib to bed could lead to better sleep