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Use a swimming noodle, under a fitted sheet to keep a toddler from rolling off of the bed.-- genius! -I used this in my infant son's crib during the stage where my son would roll over in his sleep but couldn't roll back over to his back, and it was too early to use bumper pads. My son would roll into the sides of his crib, bang his head and wake up. So I tried this, worked awesome, he'd roll into the pool noodle hump and bounce right back (just like gutter bumpers at the bowling alley).
Place a pool noodle under the fitted sheet when your little one moves from a crib to a toddler bed. Will need to remember this!
Pool noodle under fitted sheet: solution to keep a toddler in the toddler bed! - looks like a good idea . . . I don't knw anyone who has tried it.
A Fitted Sheet | 25 Tutorials To Teach You To Fold Things Like An Actual Adult
We've all been doin this wrong..fitted sheet, not a flat one!
25 Tutorials To Teach You To Fold Things Like An Actual Adult Bend anything like a boss.
Use a fitted sheet to cover the kiddie pool when not in use. Seriously... how did I not think of this!
Using a pool noodle to create a racetrack for marbles. Would be great for science when working on speed or friction...
Elizabeth Evola when i saw this, the first thing I thought of was how much Luca would love it! :)
This is such a great idea.a fitted sheet for the beach.genius.its those little things that make life better.
Where has this been my whole life..how to fold a fitted sheet perfectly...
In my eyes, it is a myth that boys don't craft! Here are ideas to get the little guys creative (of course, girls can join in too)
Adorable Flower Onesie and Headband by MelainaAndMe on Etsy, $11.50
This DIY blog is AMAZING! Can you believe this adorable valance requires NO sewing... it's a fitted bed sheet! These are so going in my classroom! :)