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Old 07-23-2014, 11:07 PM   #11
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This is how we keep our 21 mo. Old on his bunk. I added a cleat to the wall on the left and have a short piece of cord to keep him from pulling it on himself. The mattress holds it in place for the most part, only have 1 of the legs on it under the mattress and we just slide it to the rear of the bunk to get in and out. Looks like your tt bunk is curved so maybe this won't work but hopefully this will inspire you.

Haha. Looks like he enjoys being 'locked in'. Yes,the curve on the bunks is the challenging part. Thanks..
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I built one out of wood, was fairly cheap. Click image for larger version

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Ha! My five year old fell out last trip. We are thinking a foam pool noodle tucked under his bottom sheet might do the trick.
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This is how we keep our 21 mo. Old on his bunk. I added a cleat to the wall on the left and have a short piece of cord to keep him from pulling it on himself. The mattress holds it in place for the most part, only have 1 of the legs on it under the mattress and we just slide it to the rear of the bunk to get in and out. Looks like your tt bunk is curved so maybe this won't work but hopefully this will inspire you.

This is the best picture I've seen on this site in a while! What a happy guy!
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This is how we keep our 21 mo. Old on his bunk. I added a cleat to the wall on the left and have a short piece of cord to keep him from pulling it on himself. The mattress holds it in place for the most part, only have 1 of the legs on it under the mattress and we just slide it to the rear of the bunk to get in and out. Looks like your tt bunk is curved so maybe this won't work but hopefully this will inspire you.

I'm sorry to hijack the thread a little, but how is that fan attached? Those bottom bunks get pretty stuffy...
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I used a few of these that fit the wire stand of the 12v fan. it moves enough air to keep him comfortable and 12v means we can use it without hookups if needed.
http://www.amazon.com/2-Wire-P-Style.../dp/B000GDYYVC
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This is the best picture I've seen on this site in a while! What a happy guy!
yeah but this is my favorite from that trip!
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I used a few of these that fit the wire stand of the 12v fan. it moves enough air to keep him comfortable and 12v means we can use it without hookups if needed.
http://www.amazon.com/2-Wire-P-Style.../dp/B000GDYYVC
Thanks! I appreciate that!

BTW, you look so much like my brother that it's kinda creepy... Cute kid!
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Ha! My five year old fell out last trip. We are thinking a foam pool noodle tucked under his bottom sheet might do the trick.
This is what was suggested to us by some friends. We are going to try it out next week.
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