• Meimi H

    Pool noodle under a fitted sheet = impromptu toddler bed rail. Good idea for traveling.

  • McKenna Grim

    Pool noodle under fitted sheet as toddler bed rail. what a great idea!

  • Xelo Vidal

    Use a swimming noodle, under a fitted sheet to keep a toddler from rolling off of the bed. -- genius idea. Might be good when transitioning Kids to the bottom bunk, and way cheaper than those clunky bed rails

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