If it is time to move your child from a cot into their very first bed then you should look online for inspiration and an idea on what choices are available to you. Children’s beds are lower and shorter than adult beds and come in all shapes and sizes, there are some great novel ways to get your child excited about going to sleep and their own special bed is just part of it.
As the cat lovers we are, we know that cats love to sleep. Cats sleep up to 18 hours each day, and can find a place to sleep in almost any room. Some cats every enjoy curling up in a bathroom sink. Our family felines often sleep on our furniture and on or in our beds and leave behind the tale tell sign - cat hair. How often have we said, as we are trying to remove the cat hair from our furniture, "If only we had a cat bed that she would want to sleep in!"? The good news is, there are many cat beds to choose from that will be just what you and your kitty are looking for.
Age is an important factor when considering which bed to buy as a very young child should have a bed they can grow into, but is also a safe sleeping area. Generally any child younger than 6 shouldn’t sleep in an upper bunk bed even if there is a safety rail. There are certain safety aspects you should look for when selecting a bed for a child, in particular ensure the product is solid and sturdy with no sharp corners to injure themselves on. Check the mattress is included in the price and shop around as prices can vary greatly from place to place.
You should also look at the different special features that your children will need in their bed, such as storage areas, shelves, or storage space under the bed. Some beds come with trundles for smaller children, while others features slides and tents to make the bed more fun and exciting for your children. Ask your children and see what features they want in a bunk bed.
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