I'm very frustrated with our two and three-quarters year old and her sleep patterns lately. Ugh.
Kid was a perfect sleeper forever. Slept a 6-hour stretch just a couple of days after we got home from the hospital. Slept through the night reliably at 12 weeks. Has been a dream to put down ever since; no problems. Never tried to climb out of her crib, nothing.
We screwed it all up. We moved and had a room in mind for her, but it was sort of far from our room. There's a closer room, but we'd wanted to use it as a nursery for kid #2 if that happened. And with the move we didn't want to put her too far away. Also, we sort of wanted to move her out of her crib and into a bed - the crib had never been a problem but we thought she might like a "big girl bed" and she was going on 3 nearly, after all.
We moved and decided to put her in the closer room to get acclimated to the new house. Converted the crib to a toddler bed as the first step in her transition to a normal bed - we decided we'd just put her in a queen since we had one and it would suit her for years and years to come. All was well; she slept soundly through the first week.
Things were going so great we decided to move her into the other room and into the queen.
Gave up on that after a week, moved her back into the toddler bed in the closer room.
STILL A TRAIN WRECK.
It's been a month since we tried moving her back and still every night putting her down is a 2+ hour affair with screaming and hysterics and she's even also waking up in the middle of the night routinely. We are fucked. ugh.