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|Display Name:||Polly @ Helping Little Hands|
We're in the process of building a modest size house. Our son's bedroom is quite small and his bed would have taken up most of his floor space...so we designed his closet to be big enough to build a loft bed into the closet, so he'll have play space underneath and his bed above...and it saves the limited floor space in his room for playing and toys. His closet won't have a door though, so ventilation is not an issue and there is a light installed in the ceiling there.
Is it OK for Kids to Sleep in the Closet?
|3/29/12 8:16 PM|
Love the idea of the toddler crayons. I'd been thinking of trying something similar with toilet paper tubes, but I bed the medicine containers work better.
3 Kids Crafts to Make with Broken Crayons
Friday Craft Fix
|1/30/12 12:19 PM|
I do like the idea of the child being able to use their imagination more. I think it could be neat to have 1 or two of the walls filled in maybe with a single window...just so you'd have something to lean against while reading.
Open Ended Playhouse Jenni Juurinen
|1/19/12 5:52 PM|
I always love to see such unique themes! A girly dino party is perfect!
Best Kids Parties: Dinosaur Tea Party
|1/18/12 12:20 AM|
Wow! What a fun surprise to be browsing a favorite blog and see our "Driving Dresser" featured. Thanks! It made my day.
DIY Roundup: 10 Fab Revamped Dressers
|1/12/12 4:32 PM|