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What's the longest anybody has kept their dc in a toddler/cot bed?

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MilaMae Fri 10-Oct-08 14:43:02

They're the same size.

dtwins are still in their's aged 5 blush. Space is an issue.

Just measured dd's room she will be 4 at Xmas am starting to think maybe a single bed won't actually fit in there, with everything in the news that's going on we're stuck here for a while until things start moving again.

Any bright ideas?????

gingerninja Fri 10-Oct-08 14:48:23

Do you mean a cot or a toddler bed? If they fit in a toddler bed i can't see why it matters but a cot would be odd for children of this age.

hana Fri 10-Oct-08 15:47:45

my 7 year old is still in the Ikea vikare toddler bed, she's on the small side of 7

MilaMae Fri 10-Oct-08 16:06:29

They are toddler beds, oh great hana you've given me hope,another 2 years would see us out of this house grin

LadyOfWaffleIsScaryEnough Fri 10-Oct-08 16:07:31

Argos do shorty bunk beds.

freshprincess Fri 10-Oct-08 16:08:06

My DTs (5 also) are still in their first toddler beds. When lying down neither can touch the bottom of the bed with their feet - and they're both tall, so can't see any reason to change.

A friend of mine had a carpenter/joiner make a kind of fitted bed which which fit a strange sized room. Not sure how much that cost though.

DRAGON30 Fri 10-Oct-08 18:57:39

We got a Shorty Mid Sleeper for DD1, (Argos). LOADS of room underneath for den, or storage

Takver Fri 10-Oct-08 19:34:04

DD stayed in her cot with the side taken off (& a bit of strategic reinforcement) until last christmas - and she was 6 last March. Same issue - small house, she still fitted, why not . . . Now she has a bed with loads of drawers underneath which makes up for the loss of space, but it was quite expensive (can't remember how much).

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