One of the biggest problems in parenting is convincing children to go to sleep. This conundrum spans all the way from infancy to high school, unless we play our cards right. So, how can parents get their kids to look forward to bedtime and actually stay IN their beds? The solution is actually quite simple: personalize their space!
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Before you do anything else, measure your room carefully to help you decide how much square footage you want to take up with a bed. Full beds for boys and girls are a timeless choice that will work well as they grow, but active kids may need more floor space to play when they're still small. Loft beds for kids can help you create a special nook for study or play under the bed to maximize your storage. For a growing family, bunk beds for kids are a time-honored way to make sharing a room fun. Once you know what size and type of bed you want, you're ready to browse for just the right color and style for your decor.