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My 4.5 year old has a really neat car bed that we bought not too long ago and I'm thinking about trying to put my 2.5 year old in it with him once the new baby comes. It's a single bed. Anyone had luck with having 2 kids in one bed or is this just a recipe for disaster?
Lurking from the May DDC board. My boys begged to share a room. Once my youngest turned 2 I put them in the same room, separate beds. That didn't last long, they sleep together. They've been sharing a room/bed for almost a year now and I haven't had any problems. Try it and see how it goes
It's worth it to try at least. If not, maybe you could invest in a set of bunk beds? I know the ones we had separated into two twins when the time came to move them. I'd at least try it out and then later on buy the bunks when they get too big to share or if it doesn't work out like you hoped.
My girls share a bed. They are 4 1/2 and almost 3. I side-carred the little one's crib with my 4 year old's twin bed. Then, they eventually just started sleeping in the same bed. Now that they've had a couple of growth spurts and kick each other all the time, we bought them a queen mattress and they love it!
Mom to 3 beautiful kids
Expecting our newest baby girl, diagnosed with Down Syndrome with Verifi, October 2014!