|What's in there, Grandma? That's what she was asking me. :)|
This little gray carrying case garnered some attention when I brought it into the house. Looks like a chair, right? It's not a chair, but it does have a handy nylon case, just like those chairs sometimes do.
|She was still perplexed when the easy-fold and unfold item was unveiled. ;)|
Still looks like a chair, I know, and it's the same size as the handy fold-up chairs, but instead it's the Extra-Long My Cot Travel Bed from One Step Ahead. With the holidays fast approaching, this little beauty could really come in handy...whether it's you having guests, or your child who is going to be the guest. It's also good for stayovers at grandmama's house. ;)
|When she saw it was the Extra-Long My Cot Travel Bed from|
One Step Ahead, she was delighted.
The sturdy steel construction ensures it's going to hold up, and it has a weight limit of up to 75 lbs.
|See, that's a happy face right there...|
Evidently it's fun too. See that face? ;) Because this cot is 6" longer than standard-sized cots, its going to grow with your kiddos for quite some time to come. Measuring in at 54"L x 28"W x 11"H, it's also low enough to the floor that you're not going to worry about the little ones falling off.
|And that's how a 2-yr.-old folds a sheet (included with the cot). ;)|
It comes with a fitted sheet too. You can see it in the picture above. That's how a two-year old puts on a sheet (love that baby girl). :) It's a snap to put on though, and makes it even nicer for when you're using it for sleep.
|Baby Grand likes to sit on it 'just because' too. I don't blame her a bit. |
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It's great for just sitting, and of course for sleeping too. It'd also be great for daycare naps (keep those kiddos off of those busy floors), the beach, or most anywhere you need extra seating for a child.
This cot runs $59.95 over at One Step Ahead. If you haven't been to One Step Ahead, I highly recommend it, especially with the holidays coming up. They have everything you can think of for a child, and many things that you wouldn't (but you'll love once you see). Their innovativeness on some of their items really makes for great gift giving options.
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