Published at Wednesday, July 31st 2019, 04:48:22 AM by Celine Belanger. Bed
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.
It may be necessary to have more than one bed. You may need a bed for him outside as well as a couple of places inside your home. He will want to be where you are, so providing a space for him to be comfortable near you is very thoughtful on your part. If you purchase a bed for the outdoors, find one that has a water resistant cover to protect the mattress from the elements. Make sure the cover is either removable for easy cleaning, or you can hose it down to clean it.
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