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strawberriesandcream01 Tue 05-Aug-08 22:12:16

I would like to buy a ready bed for DD who is nearly 6 but small! Not sure if I should get my first ready bed or the bigger one? Also have DD2 who is nearly 2 so she can use it too.

Bowddee Tue 05-Aug-08 22:13:52

My DS is 4yrs, but in size 2-3yrs. He has nearly grown out of his 'My First Ready Bed'.

hester Tue 05-Aug-08 22:15:30

My (tall) dd, who is 2.10, is already too long for the first readybed. go for the bigger one!

LovelyDear Tue 05-Aug-08 22:16:47

I don't know if it's just us, but my ds never slept very well on his ready bed. too rolly-aroundy. i would go for a kid's camping bed instead...there's lots of discussion about them on the camping thread.

Hulababy Tue 05-Aug-08 22:17:17

My 6y has the bigger size - the junior one. It is longer than both the My First and the normal ready beds. Still narrow though.

My first ready bed would be way too small for a 5y I would think, even for a small one.

strawberriesandcream01 Tue 05-Aug-08 22:27:37

Just looked in argos and they do a junior sized one for £19.99, bargain compared to the night garden ones or fifi! Might just get that one.

JackieNo Tue 05-Aug-08 22:31:30

We have a junior one, and DS has slept well in it (need to make sure you don't pump it up too firmly, needs a bit of 'give'). But when DD (8) slept in it recently, I went in in the morning to her to find her sleeping still in the bag, but she was lying on the floor, and the lilo bit was on top of her - she'd turned over, and so had the bag.

franch Wed 06-Aug-08 08:04:18

DD1 is 4 and sleeps well in the bigger one

hairtwiddler Wed 06-Aug-08 08:12:45

Saw one at lidl yesterday... not sure how much but less than the 'official' ones. It was a looney tunes design age 3 up I think.

strawberriesandcream01 Wed 06-Aug-08 22:46:12

brought one today, junior one for £14.99 from millets, really pretty. for that price i cant complain!

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