Super old post, but I have a Malm dresser we bought used over 4 years ago, moved twice, been climbed on by little people, and still have 0 problems with. It's a pretty sturdy piece of furniture. Not to mention that Malm is one of the least expensive bedroom storage options at Ikea. We are probably going to buy another one, especially if we can find another on CL.
Before & After: IKEA MALM Dresser Upgrade
|6/26/12 11:01 PM|
The room is cute, but who has a room that size to use as a bedroom?
A Charming Bedroom for Four
|8/19/11 01:19 PM|
I would say: read, read, read a lot of different sources to find something that will work for your family. No matter what approach you choose, make sure you keep everything very positive, it's hard to keep your cool when they have accidents (especially if they do really well and then have an accident weeks/months later). It's good to know what you're going to say in advance. Our book advised us to say "Ooops, pee-pee goes in the potty, please try to use the potty next time", clean it up, don't make a fuss. If kids get more attention, even if it's negative, for their failures than their successes, which do you think will be repeated?
Let's Get This Potty Started Right: Potty Training Woes & Wisdom
|7/21/11 08:50 PM|