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our 2-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter have been successfully sharing a room for the past year. we live in a 2-bedroom condo, so the little guy was in our room prior to bunking down with his sister. initially he was in a pack-n-play, but we quickly transformed our walk-in closet into a "sleeping nook" (tension rods, curtains covering clothes, and a smaller IKEA crib). Even after we moved them in together, we continued to use the nook for his naps. Staggered bedtimes, a white-noise machine, and a permanently "broken" bedroom lamp (to nip late-night lights-on sessions from our daughter in the bud) have all helped everyone to fall, and stay, asleep.
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|6/2/11 12:57 AM|
Believe it or not, Treasure Island (now trying to distance itself from the whole lame pirate thing by calling itself T.I.) has a great pool, and modern rooms that have recently been redone. It's right in the middle of the strip, (right next door to Caesar's, I think) so you are close to lots of good food options. The price was also super-reasonable.
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|8/6/08 11:49 AM|
my husband has tried to persuade me throw out the same squirrel container for the last 3 moves -- so glad i don't listen to him :)
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|4/19/08 11:52 AM|
With respect to other prospective cute cribs (which there seem to be so many more of the year after I had a baby!), I saw this clean, simple, bright set at overstock.com (if the link doesn't work, you can search "Anna Orange and White Crib"):
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|3/3/08 02:18 PM|