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Old 04-16-2012, 12:30 AM   #15
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Love your project -- great looking and very practical. Thanks for sharing and especially including pics!
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Old 04-16-2012, 09:50 AM   #16
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Thanks for all the comments. I am now researching the next on the to do list baby proofing the bottom bunk for my 15 month old. Any suggestions are appreciated.
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Old 04-16-2012, 08:55 PM   #17
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Thanks for all the comments. I am now researching the next on the to do list baby proofing the bottom bunk for my 15 month old. Any suggestions are appreciated.
Yeah! This one! bunkbed modification
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Old 04-17-2012, 11:33 PM   #18
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Thanks for all the comments. I am now researching the next on the to do list baby proofing the bottom bunk for my 15 month old. Any suggestions are appreciated.

Last year I tried the portable bed guards designed for a regular bed... the foam/mattress was too soft to really keep it in place. It was a bit bulky and a pain to store anyway.

This year, I'm going to try something like this (will make sure to get the right length, but this is the basic idea):
Amazon.com: Cargo Net Hammock Style by Bell Automotive: Automotive

Should pack easy when not in use, will go around the bunkbed supports w/o issue, and it's not a permanent alteration that I'll regret when the kids stop rolling out of the bottom bunk! I will need to mount clips in to fasten this to, but they should be out of sight for the most part.

Who knows, maybe I'll find it doesn't work and be on Plan C next season...
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Old 04-18-2012, 12:12 AM   #19
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Thanks for the link I originally was thinking about something similar to what you posted, I am just not sure about the hole size in the netting. I think I may order one and try it out anyways as the price isnt too crazy.
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Thanks for the link I originally was thinking about something similar to what you posted, I am just not sure about the hole size in the netting. I think I may order one and try it out anyways as the price isnt too crazy.
Jason, are you wondering if the holes are too big? If going by the rule of thumb that the opening is okay if a soda can can't fit thru - then some of these would probably be fine - others maybe not.

Another option to explore is an actual truck bed net-tailgate... some are closer to solid webbing instead of nylon bungees.

My youngest is almost 3 yrs old, so I'm looking for options to simply keep her from rolling out unexpectedly - more than options to keep her from being able to get out when she wakes up. Your needs with a 15 mo old may be both!
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Old 04-18-2012, 09:48 AM   #21
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We've had that same cargo net style in our SUV before and it was super stretchy. Make sure the kid wont end up hanging of the side but in still in the net if it stretches that far, lol. Also, unless you secure the bottom side of the net it could stretch enough to allow a child to slip under it. These things are like elastic man!
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