Posted on: February 18th, 2013 by Ben Gonzalez
Everyone around me is getting married and having babies! Ok not everyone. But enough of my friends to start making me feel a wee-bit unaccomplished from just being a late twenty-something with a burgeoning recording studio and record label. I’ve even had dreams of children. MY children… who aren’t born yet. It’s very very creepy and some would even say ominous. However, it truly is a blessing for those involved. The parents, specifically. They’ll only lose about a year and a half of sleep and after that, it’s like having a dog that talks! At least, that’s what I remember my childhood being like.
All the fun aside, however, there will be inevitable child-proofing to be done when the little children-of-the-corn start walking around… oh boy that’ll be a doozy. I’ll end up with a home full of day care supplies. After this initial human germination stage, it’s off to day care (I’ve given this much thought, you see) where they’ll have nap time, learning time, lunch time, and if mom and dad are lucky, they can have some special time.
One could say the day care products we sell are passive facilitators in the love-making department for many working parents. Need to keep the rug-rats busy? Off to daycare! At home, lull them to sleep in their very own playroom complete with a puzzle mat, kids rest mats, cool looking bean bag chairs, and all kinds of other safe toys and trinkets that will give our near-lunacy young adults a little rest time for the best part of parenthood; teenagers!
Posted on: May 28th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
If you can’t afford the space or expense of purchasing daycare or pre-school type rest mats or sleeping cots, another option you might want to consider are kids large body pillows like the ones pictured here. Kids simply love these huggable, cuddly, body pillows that are great not only for napping with—they can “hug” them for security—but they’re also fantastic to have at home when your kids are lounging on the couch or in a large, easy chair, and eventually fall off to sleep!
These body pillows are hypoallergenic, fire proof, fluid proof, and easily cleaned up. The pillows eventually will conform to your kids’ bodies, and are so comfortable; you might want to grab a couple for mom and dad! Another great idea to go along with these kids body pillows are kids bean bag chairs, which are always a popular choice for kids to relax in to play video games, read a book, or watch TV.
Posted on: May 18th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Children love to sit—and sometimes even nap in—bean bag chairs. Some pre-schools do have bean bag chairs along with children’s play mats, making for yet one more way to keep kids settled and quiet when it’s often [usually] difficult to do so! Experience shows many such items go a long way in keeping kids occupied and satisfied.
When it’s naptime, you can either opt for mini cots or if you home school, and don’t want to send your kids to their beds for naptime, then a few kids body pillows either thrown on the couch, or on their folding rest mats really helps out when you need for them to settle down and take their naps; body pillows are great because kids—much like adults—like to have something to hug or snuggle when their trying to take a nap. All of these things will really prove to be big helps for classroom or even play room settings at home.