Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 23:39:07 PM by Jacqueline Lamarre. Bedding
Then there are your beds for more than one person, which are basically queen and king. Honestly, there is very little difference between the two except that king beds are a little bigger. These are your typical beds that your typical married couple buy. I’ll cover variations of these later. Then you’ve got your bunk beds. You know, the kind you and your little brother had when you were growing up. I actually had 2 friends who had bunk beds. The older one got the bottom and the younger one got stuck on top. That’s usually how it works unfortunately. First come, first served.
Shopping for kids bedding can be lots of fun for you and your children. Yet all the fun can turn into disappointment is you are not happy with your purchase once you begin using it. It gets even more disappointing when your kids love the bedding but it shrinks or tears, fades, stains easily or simply does not hold up to the wear and tear kids give their bedding. How can you avoid this disappointment? The best way is to become an informed, cautious shopper when choosing bedding for kids.
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