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sleepovers and sleeping arrangements

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ghostfreak Fri 25-Jul-08 10:46:13

I am thinking of having a couple of my ds's mates over for a couple of sleepovers during the holidays.
However what do I do about sleeping arrangements, I only have the one bed for my ds is it okay for my ds and his mate to sleep in a single bed together one at either end.
This will be the first time I have done this so just wondering what others do.
I don,t have a ready bed or anything like that and don,t really want to have to buy anything.
Any ideas.

juuule Fri 25-Jul-08 10:49:02

Can your ds mate bring his own sleeping bag or do you have one?

How old are they?

If no sleeping bag, a quilt and a pillow.

That's what mine do and so have their friends.

seeker Fri 25-Jul-08 10:50:55

Put them all in the living room on sofa cushions. Then they can riot without waking you up. And they will riot, believe me!

Or buy a cheap blow up bed. You will use it lots. Or one of these. They fold up reaaly small and don't puncture like blow up beds.

ghostfreak Fri 25-Jul-08 10:53:00

I do have sleeping bags but I am thinking of comfort lying on a hard floor.

They are both 7

ghostfreak Fri 25-Jul-08 10:54:51

Looking back at my post I think it may be a bit misleading.
It will just be the one mate and my ds each time so 2 of them to think of.

juuule Fri 25-Jul-08 11:08:23

They'll love sleeping bags

Seona1973 Fri 25-Jul-08 13:53:32

when my dd stays at her cousins house they sleep 'top to toe' so each has a pillow at each end of the bed. Her cousin is 9 and dd is 4.8 years.

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