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    Default Jumping on the bed!

    Do you let your 2 and half year old jump on the bed? Mine jumps on his while I'm putting my DS 2 to sleep. He has a side rail up. Should I stop him or am I being too overprotective?

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    I have never let my DD... Mainly because I don't want her to break the bed haha

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    I try to stop my kids. They usually ignore me and try to sneak and do it.

    My DS2 has sensory issues and has a tendency to throw himself off things and onto the ground -hard. So to avoid injuries I have to stay on top of it.

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    No way I never let DD jump on the bed. It's not safe at all. That's why she has a trampoline.

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    I don't let my DD (2.5years old) as she is so clumsy, it's inevitable she will fall off. We also have wooden floorboards in the bedrooms, so it's not much of a soft landing when she falls off.

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    I will admit I let my DS jump on the bed.

    It's just so fun!!

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    I redirect to the trampoline or couch cushions (on the floor). I don't want them breaking the bed or hurting themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sajimum View Post
    I redirect to the trampoline or couch cushions (on the floor). I don't want them breaking the bed or hurting themselves.
    Couch cushions are a good idea. Think I'll try that as he has banged his foot off the side rail a couple of times.

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    Hell yes I let them

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    I dont but only because my sister did it when she was 3 and cracked her head on the side table. 11 stitches later and she still has the scar. DH thinks i over react if i see DD doing it but i just remember her crying and the blood.


 

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