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Old 03-03-2013, 07:00 AM   #1
WMorganS
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But Dad, I'm not tired!

How do you black out a room for naps?

We love it when we can take mid-day nap breaks. This works out great in some rooms, like Kidani where the shades are awesome, but sometimes it's really hard to manage because the drapes let in so much light at the top and around the edges. It's particularly difficult for our kids, who can't stand wearing night masks.

I've tried stacking pillows up against the edges and piling stuff along the tops of the curtain rods where they sleep, but it never really works well.

Does anyone have a good solution for this? I've thought about bringing duct tape, but I'm afraid it might damage the walls or leave a sticky mess!
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