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Old 04-13-2016, 01:13 PM   #21
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My DW regales us all the time with a story about how she fell out between the canvas and bunk end of their family's pop-up when she was a kid (actual number withheld for my safety) years ago. Despite whatever improvements have been made in bunk-ends between then and now, I'd still be worried about my little one doing the same somehow.
Well, unless your little one has a knife or screwdriver, the newer tent ends are permanently secured to the bunk doors.
There aren't any gaps anymore.
The old snaps and bungee fastening system are gone.
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Well, unless your little one has a knife or screwdriver, the newer tent ends are permanently secured to the bunk doors.
There aren't any gaps anymore.
The old snaps and bungee fastening system are gone.

Knowing my kids, they'd find a way.


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Our Baby is 13 years old,,, and she sleeps in her crate !!!
SORRY I could not resist !!!
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Ours is in his 40's (youngest of 4) and sleeps in his bed with wife in Seattle!

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I guess we messed this thread up !!!
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Hi! This is our first year camping with our almost 1 year old in our 23ikss. Thinking we will have to bring our pack and play but hate to lose the floor space and put up and down every night. Was wondering if anyone had any different ideas of where their 1 year olds slept.


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We have a 14' 23IKSS. We have a cubby in the back bunk that's the perfect size for little ones. We put down a few towels and a pillow for her to lay on. Her boppy also helped. Mom slept next to her. No problems from 6-18 months. Now we're looking at bringing along her pack and play now.

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Doctors will tell you that is not where your Fur Babys should sleep !!!
But I here ya !!!

I'd pay ya if you can convince our fur babies about that. I start off with them in their beds, but always wake up being pushed out of bed.


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