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Toddler bed with all 4 sides? Caddy ÷ nwark, NJ, United States 9325 posts
25th May '12

Does anyone know of a toddler bed with all 4 sides?



My son is almost 3 and sleeps in a toddler bed now, that I have against the wall and on the open side I put a board on it... so he can't fall out, but it's low enough that he can easily climb in and out of the bed... but it looks ugly and makeshift.
He is all over the place while he sleeps so if it's not there he ends up on the floor... but I want him to be able to get in and out of bed on his own.



anyone know of a toddler bed that has all four sides like a crib, but that are super low??



and I know they make those rails you can sick on the bed, but it never seems to stay right.

Ravey Candyass 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Boston, Massachusetts 104048 posts
25th May '12

a crib. that's it.

^-^ Rawr + 2 2 kids; Big Spring, Tx, United States 10307 posts
25th May '12

They have attachable sides at walmart-- would serve the same purpose without looking so thrown together.

user banned California 36390 posts
25th May '12

My son's racecar bed is pretty sunk in. He's never fallen out.

Kimberly Chambers 2 kids; Shepherdsville, Kentucky 424 posts
25th May '12

they make sides for the toddler beds. You can buy them at walmart. They come in multiple colors and go about 1/2 way to 3/4 down the sides of the bed so that they still have room to get in and out

*Mrs Cherry* 21 kids; Colorado Springs, Colorado 10450 posts
25th May '12

You could use a bed rail instead of the board. Some of them are super cute. They just slide under the mattress.
Maybe something like this. http://www.amazon.com/Summer-Infant-Disney-Secure-Bedrail/dp/B004EBRZYA
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Caddy ÷ nwark, NJ, United States 9325 posts
25th May '12
Quoting Kimberly Chambers:" they make sides for the toddler beds. You can buy them at walmart. They come in multiple colors and go about 1/2 way to 3/4 down the sides of the bed so that they still have room to get in and out"


his bed has the partial side on it... he still ends up hanging half off lol

MamaOf2BlueEyedCuties Due February 24; TTC since May 2014; 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Lebo, Kansas 2557 posts
25th May '12
Quoting NoMoreBraceFace:" his bed has the partial side on it... he still ends up hanging half off lol"


my only idea would be the sides that you can buy to put on a normal bed that go under the matress. my daughters bed is one of the 4 in 1 cribs so it already has 3 full sides and well she doesnt even have part of a side on the other side. she figured out to stay away from the side after she fell out a couple times WITH the side on

TheNuge 1 child; Pennsylvania 23057 posts
25th May '12
Quoting NoMoreBraceFace:" Does anyone know of a toddler bed with all 4 sides? My son is almost 3 and sleeps in a toddler bed now, ... [snip!] ... a crib, but that are super low?? and I know they make those rails you can sick on the bed, but it never seems to stay right."


i dont know of one, but we had the same concerns about our LO. While she was getting used to being out of the crib, we bought an inflatable toddler bed. They look like shallow, small inflatable boats. She loved it and it was great to have when we went visiting.
Whe she went to the big-girl bed, we just put pillows on the floor around her.

Rachel McCarron Due March 24; 4 kids; 3 angel babies; Rhode Island 205 posts
status 25th May '12

e have this for our LO & just put at xtra side up that matched her princess blankets.
http://www.luxurylamb.com/prod/grande_toddler_bed_15284-cat-412_tr-fglel7.html?utm_source=fglel7&utm_medium=fr&utm_campaign=datafeed

Rachel McCarron Due March 24; 4 kids; 3 angel babies; Rhode Island 205 posts
status 25th May '12

Quoting Rachel Gonsalves:" e have this for our LO & just put at xtra side up that matched her princess blankets. http://w ... [snip!] ... e have this for our LO & just put at xtra side up that matched her princess blankets. http://www.luxurylamb.com/prod/grande_toddler_bed_15284-cat-412_tr-fglel7.html?utm_source=fglel7&utm_medium=fr&utm_campaign=datafeed"



She will be two in three weeks and gets in and out very easy.



joseph007 Northampton, United Kingdom 32 posts
14th Jan '13

The bed of your toddler should not be too high above the ground as the child might find it difficult to get in or out of the bed, low height would also mean less or no injuries even if the child falls off the bed while playing or sleeping in the bed. The positioning of toddler beds plays an important role in the safety of children and it is advisable that you do not place the bed close to windows, heating equipment, lamps or walls because children can hurt themselves while playing in the bed.Read more

sophiehurtt London, United Kingdom 96 posts
26th Apr '13
Quoting SansBraceFace:" Does anyone know of a toddler bed with all 4 sides? My son is almost 3 and sleeps in a toddler bed now, ... [snip!] ... a crib, but that are super low?? and I know they make those rails you can sick on the bed, but it never seems to stay right."


Try to visit Beds Bed UK, they have a toddler bed which is super low.