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Old 06-27-2011, 03:03 PM   #1
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Making a bunkhouse safe for our toddler

We have a Keystone Bullet 295 BHS bunkhouse. We are looking fpr a way to make one of the beds safe for our one year old. Currently we bring his play pen and he sleeps in that but its a bit of a pain. Does anybody know of a good way to make any of the four beds in the bunkhouse toddler safe? Thanks!
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Old 06-27-2011, 03:32 PM   #2
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Go to WalMart and purchase a toddler bed rail. We have them for our girls and it works great. They have legs that slide under the mattress and stay in place. Or you can google "toddler bed rails" and get different options. I have found WalMart to be the cheapest.

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Old 06-27-2011, 09:18 PM   #3
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Be sure to measure your bunk before you go shopping for bed rails. Arnold's idea is a good one - if the measurements work for you. We looked for bed rails for our bunks but couldn't find anything the right size. We put a body pillow on the edge of the bunk but that is for an older child and obviously wouldn't do the trick for a one year old.
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Don't most states require ALL children to be in car seats, booster seats or seat belts depending on the child's age/size.
Just keep a low profile and don't draw attention to yourself even after your bundle of joy goes out a window.
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Don't most states require ALL children to be in car seats, booster seats or seat belts depending on the child's age/size.
Just keep a low profile and don't draw attention to yourself even after your bundle of joy goes out a window.
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I think the OP is looking how to convert a bunk into a safe crib for SLEEPING, not traveling. Unless you think they travel nonstop???
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We had a friend that purchased a trunk divider...one of those stretchy things that looks like a hammock to divide the front of your trunk from the back to hold shopping bags.... They then lined the stretchy divider with a padded crib bumper. It has worked great for them because they can quickly attach it to the front opening of the bunk bed using small cup hooks and then take it down in a minute.

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sleeping toddler

My bad, sorry!
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