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BRENNA84
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4/25/12 1:09 P

thanx so much. i appreciate it.



JADOMB
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4/24/12 2:08 P

My prayers are with you that every thing turns out fine and you get that 3 bedroom unit.



BRENNA84
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4/24/12 1:17 P

right now we are trying to get housing to put us on a list for a 3 bedroom appartment. and I just talked to baileys (furniture store, not sure if baileys is achain store) and they said I could get an all metal trundle bed for a lil over $800 and then maybe get some memory foam beds with pillows, allergenic bed covers and sheets, etc.

it'll cost a nice bit but I think it'll be worth it for them.



JADOMB
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4/23/12 12:47 P

Then I agree that each one needs their own bed. Twin size beds would be fine. IF you are able to do it, I would recommend the boy get his own room now too.



BRENNA84
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4/23/12 12:42 P

one boy 8, 2 girls 7



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4/22/12 11:25 P

You didn't say how old they are, or how many boys to girls, etc. I definitely would NOT use an airbed. Those are good for a few nights, but not for long term. You're kids need firm beds. The trundle bed would be fine, or just another twin bed. I didn't find the need to go bigger than twin until my kids hit HS. Even then, they could have gotten away with it, but we changed to full anyway. Keep the faith



BRENNA84
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4/16/12 2:21 P

umm, thats what I was thinking. but I'm not sure if I should get her regular mattress or a cot or a twin over twin trundle or something, cuz I do NEED another bunk bed.



JENMC14
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4/16/12 1:07 P

can she not have her own bed? I'm not sure how good an air mattress is for a long-term solution. You could probably get a twin mattress and box spting with a frame for a decent price.



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4/16/12 8:28 A

Maybe you can buy an air mattress. You can get a good twin size air bed at Wal-Mart for less than fifteen dollars, and they come with their own air pump. They use standard sheets, and they are a LIFE SAVER to have around in case company comes or you want to go camping.



BRENNA84
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4/15/12 11:49 P

okay I have some bedding issues. I have a twin over a full bunk bed for 3 children. but more often than not, regardless of the bigger mattress, my daughters insist on sleeping seperately.

so . . . I don't feel quite comfortable with her sleeping on the floor. so is there any alternative for her? for a mattress type thing on the floor? I would deeply appreciate the help, thanx.



 
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