Toddler Bedding That Will Actually Get Your Child To Sleep In His Own Bed

July 29, 2010 by Mom Jeanine
shefinds | Kids

Almost every parent has had to deal with a child that just won’t stay in his/her “big” kid bed. There’s always something more appealing about mom and dad’s bed, it seems. Well perhaps, it’s the linens. If the bedding you currently have on your child’s bed isn’t keeping him/her in there, it’s time to give Amenity Nursery’s Wetlands collection a try.

Made from organic cotton and percale, the 320 thread count sheets are super soft, which will help your little one snuggle in and stay put. Top it off with the cozy coordinating blanket and your little one won’t be able to resist staying in bed a little longer.

The design is also key for animal-loving children. The ducks and frogs and birds will transport them to their very own wetlands they’ll never want to leave.

Price: starting at $40

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For more decor ideas, check out the dream nursery guide, plus budget-friendly nursery updates in our buying guides.

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