With my luck when I do need them I wont find any: Thought I would share: They don't like the dips in the mat. I tried selling them, and no one would buy them, so now I'm stuck with them.
Just my 5 cents! My dck's thank goodness will sleep on the floor - we had a 'camping day' and they ended up falling alseep on the area rug! I'm thankfull that above all the eating issues they sleep soundly! I vacuum all the time and they stay KO I have to go in each day and wake them up, only my own DD wakes up on her own.
Inspired by Reggio , The centre ended up reinvesting in cots and putting those in the gym as 'safety mats' around climbers and for somersaults.
That's a good idea too I have dickered between cots or mats but even without knowing I wondered just how comfortable the fold up ones would be because I could see some child's hip or knee or elbow getting stuck in the crack and it being annoying. I did see some that were a three fold rather than four so at least the hips would be on something solid for at least most kids.
Then I realized by the time I folded up five mats they would take up the same if not more space than stacking 5 mats.
I just wish the mats were longer as even now using the crib mats I see 3 year olds that lay straight and toes are at the end so on something only " they for sure would have to curl up although being thin the toes would just rest on the floor I guess.
Even the cots are no longer so at least with the mats the feet aren't on the frame.
It took 5 minutes to get to the airport from where this hotel is, and I spent the time helping out a couple of people who needed to travel into the city. All the gear you need for Canadian adventures. The problem should be solved for good.
Then again I have considered just buying new crib mattresses or getting foam toppers and covering them myself. Play and Learn , I have currently 2 dcks on it, and they seem to like it. I have no complaints. I do ask parents to provide me with a pillow and a mattress protector a crib one works well. He has never complained at all, but then he is a really good sleeper.
It never even occurred to me that the kids would complain about it! However, it's a good heads up in case future kids don't like it. Crayola kiddies , It has never occurred to me that a toddler would complain as anything would surly be better then the hard bottom on the pack n play I have 4 in pnp's and one one the floor on a sleep mat.
I was told by licensing that all the others who bought this style had the same issue and to simply tape the edges back in place with duct tape. It works but doesn't look great. Going to take a look at the whole catalogue.
Always nice to find a canadian source for supplies. The handles would allow hanging a couple garage storage type hooks on the wall and hanging them up. How about in a row along a wall to pad it for play then lay them down for sleep.
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