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Old 12-23-2012, 09:37 PM   #16
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We used them from age 6 through 10. IMO better then anything made for the Rvs. kids are older and don't camp with us and we use them to keep storage in the bunks. Store under mattress great.
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there are inflatable ones for sale on auction sites.... look ok
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Old 01-07-2013, 05:46 AM   #18
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bed rail

For an older child a bed rail would probably be great. I guess their weight would hold it down under the lightweight mattress. They would leave it be. But my grandaughter who was just a baby (1 year now) was able to move the bed rail out of the mattress just enough to fall out. We were so lucky she wasn't seriously hurt. We didn't think she was big enough at the time to move it but she was. I sure wouldn't use it with her now either. I have also heard of babies and toddlers trying to climb over the rails or whatever and being seriously hurt either by the fall or their neck on the rail. We ended up letting her nap on mattress in the floor and used a pack and play from then on, or she slept between Mom and Dad in the big bed.
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I'd try the pool noodle technique. You can always get the sheet clips to pull the sheet tighter on the bed. A lot of people on the pop up camping forums I frequent use the pool noodles to keep wiggly little ones in bed (and between older kids who have to share a bed...never would have thought of that one!).
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