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    bunkx is offline Being happy doesn't mean that everything is perfect. It means that you've decided to look beyond the imperfections
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    Quote Originally Posted by share a book View Post
    To clarify, I meant replace sheets like buy new ones lol.
    When theres a sale I will get rid of bedding once there is holes or stains or looking a little worn in

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    Our bed was purchased about 4 years ago, mattress less than a year ago.
    DD1s bed was purchased on 2010 along with her mattress.
    DD2 is in the cot we got for DD1 in 2008, with a new mattress that's now 2 years old.
    We have 2 sets of linen for DD1s bed, and one for ours and one for DD2s cot.

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    I bought my bed along with a mattress in 2006. I still have the same bed but bought a new mattress at the end of last year.
    As for the kids. I bought DS a bed and mattress in 2006 as well. I ended up getting rid of the bed in an attempt to downsize and make it easier to move.
    I bought bunkbeds and new mattresses in 2009. We still have those and i can't see the need to replace them any time soon as both the kids still sleep in my bed.
    My mattress probably won't last that long as the kids sleep in my bed so whenever they wet the bed or have a stomach bug... it's my mattress that cops it despite the 3 waterproof mattress protectors.

    I own 2 sets of Queen sized sheets along with 3 sets of single bed sheets. I guess i replace them whenever they start to fall apart.


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