yes we did, i stuffed a towel down the back of the mattress to shiove it over so it;s hard against our mattress. I'm going to get a kingsize flat sheet tomorrow to tuck in and make a seamless gap iyswim, but all the pics of sidecar cots on t'interweb just have them next to each other with a potential gap. I think maybe I'm being a bit of a worry wart.
Pressies sound right mhc. Ours (the two older ones anyway!) are getting one big present, a couple of medium sized presents, some books and a few stocking fillers and a tube of jelly tots each as well as their apple, satsuma and a "penny" from Santa. (and I bought a Wii but that is a joint/family present)
We also got each DC a wee present from the other two, but DS1 wants to wrap up his Duplo lego which is in the loft and give that to DD, which suits me as it's a really nice gesture, and saves money as well as stops us from filling the house with more tat.
daisy i dont think you are being a worry wart at all, i wondered the same thing and also took steps to reduce the risk. mind you i was thinking of the baby falling to the floor more then getting stuck between them. let me know how u get on so i can do the same for my new baby
I am going to buy Charlie & Lola DVD on Amazon for me DS2. Mine are getting several small presents, and then smaller ones in their stockings. DH & I are having stocking this year too. The DCs gifts are mostly books (DS1 has the Sam Stern he hasn't got and a wartime cookery book! DS2 is getting a cookbook too - if they're going to be like DH I might as well encourage them to be the best