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I have two sons who are 2 years and 6 days apart, therefore they share a bedroom, they share handed down clothes and well they share everything you can think of. The problem with always sharing is that their room isn’t quite big enough to have their toddler bed with twin bed setup. I am often bumping into things in their bedroom and can’t seem to find the space to sit and play some of their larger Chuggington train sets. I have always thought a bunk bed would suit these two brothers the best but I have always been in love with a particular style of bunk beds and that would be the twin over full bunk bed.

I just love the idea of a larger bed being underneath with a smaller bed above, this would mean that the boys could use their bunk bed longer, hopefully even into the teen years. I know when my parents decided to put my sister and I into a bunk bed it had two twins with those Bunkie boards on them. I hated the size of a twin bed once I started to get older, taller and wanted to have more space to move around.

MorebunkBeds.com offers a wide variety of bunk beds for any family who is like me and thinking they really would benefit from having their same gender children sharing a bedroom while still allowing ample space to play and move around.  I am always looking for ways to make the space we have count, a bunk bed would simply be another positive direction in creating more running and playing room for my children.

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  1. Tina H (3 comments)

    The bunk bed set pictures is cool!!! I love the steps!

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