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    Quote Originally Posted by Ellewood View Post
    I will admit I let my DS jump on the bed.

    It's just so fun!!
    Me too

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    I try not to let DD jump on the beds or couch. Only because I don't want her to hit her head on something & the living areas are tiled.
    Not that she always listens & apparently if you put your blankie on top you are not jumping "on" the bed/couch...

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    Ds 1 will be in his room jumping up and down on the bed while I put DS 2 to sleep (which takes a while). I have tried going in and out to stop him but I might try the floor cushions.


 

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