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Old 06-13-2016, 11:00 PM   #1
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We have a 7 months old and just bought a camper. What do you guys use for sleeping options?


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Old 06-13-2016, 11:13 PM   #2
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We have a 7 months old and just bought a camper. What do you guys use for sleeping options?


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We have twins. We found that if we take the table out, a pack n play fits inside the booth. Not sure what table set up you have, but it works for us and keeps it out of the way. We put a pack n play for the other one under the electric lift bunks.
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It would help some if you posted make and model of RV you have.
Then we would know the floorplan.
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When our youngest was 2 weeks old, we started her camping. She slept in what was basically a lined box. As she grew a pack n play was needed We had a bunkhouse and there was room in it for the pack n play. In your camper, one option could be to temporarily remove the couch and replace it with a pack n play.
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On that layout, I'd put a pack n play on top of the folded-down dinette.
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We previously had a Freedom Express 192rbs. We used a pack n play for my son and it worked out well.
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thanks everybody for the great tips. I know will go with the pack & play
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Pack n Play on the dinette worked great for our granddaughter. Hung sheet from overhead cabinets to make a little room for her. Just hard to be quiet !


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