Choosing a bed for your child is a pretty serious decision — and not just choosing between twin and full-sized or wondering if a novelty racecar bed would be more fun. If you're wondering if you should get your kids a bunk bed, we're here to provide an assessment of the situation from top to bottom. Pun intended.
We'll explore ten ways to decorate your kid's room that are not only nifty as decor but will also help your little ones enjoy a deeper night's sleep. The key is to create a relaxing sleep-supportive environment that very clearly changes modes from daytime playroom mode to nighttime sleep chamber mode. Let's dive in.
Every year in the US, nearly 4 million babies are born. In those first few years, they will need a whole lot of love, care, and comfy amenities. If you are expecting a baby or planning to have one this year, now's the time to build a nursery and ensure better sleep for you and your baby.
It's a big moment when your toddler graduates from their crib to a toddler or 'big kid' bed. The most important difference is they are no longer confined inside the crib rails at night. Now that your little one is in their big kid bed, it's time for some big kid bed safety precautions.
"Clean your room" has become the anthem and one of the central symbols of parent-child conflicts. But what can you do if your child seems resolute against picking up their things? That's exactly what we're here to talk about today: how to get your kids to clean their bedroom.
Everyone loves popular storybook heroes and heroines. If you're looking to redo your child's bedroom, chances are he or she wants a theme that includes a favorite character or movie. Creating a room your child adores while remaining functional and practical can be difficult, but that doesn't mean you need to deck the room out in tacky murals, decals or organic bedding. Instead, embrace your child's desired theme and deliver a room that is both playful and versatile, perfect for now and easy to change up in the future.