Ella is a restless sleeper. She tosses and turns, flips and flops, and generally winds up in odd positions every night. Every night, she wakes up and calls me to her room. She wants me to put her back on her pillow and cover her up. It’s always interesting to see where she managed to move to in her little toddler bed. The bed is a convertible crib. So three sides have high crib walls and the front has a short rail across half the bed.
Last night was a little different. Instead of calling, “Mommy!” she was calling “Help! Help!” I went into the room. She had managed to get her foot between the slats of the back of her bed and was hanging, head down, off the bed. I disentangled her foot, placed her up on her pillow, and she was asleep before I covered her up.