How to Transition Nursery into Toddler Room
Updated: Sep 26, 2020
I can't believe how fast time flies. In the blink of an eye, my baby girl exploring her world, and now its time to acknowledge that my baby isn't really a baby anymore and she is a toddler officially. Almost overnight your lovely baby girl starts to walk, climb, talk, and gain that newfound attitude. Creating an area or providing a room that only belongs to her can foster her independence and build her confidence so I decided that it's the time to transition her nursery into toddler Room. How her bedroom is organized can make a big difference in her independence. I decided to decorate and organize her stuff in a way that she knows where everything goes.
A little something on the inspiration of this room is that we decided to implement Montessori and Waldorf inspired toys and practice it with her.
A Montessori inspired toddler room fosters independence and responsibility. The area is completely available to the child to explore and learn, creating a safe space to exercise independence. Montessori focuses on real-life experiences and Waldorf emphasizes the child's imagination and fantasy.
Since in the Montessori Method the furniture and storage are accessible, My baby girl can develop responsibility for her belongings by returning them to their proper places.
By creating a room that fosters responsibility, we are providing her a place to develop confidence, a place where she can be independent and responsible for accomplishes her tasks.