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Monthly Archives: May 2018

  • Introducing some of our favourite new products at Children's Bed Shop

    Here at Children’s Bed Shop, we love welcoming new additions to our wide range of fantastic kids beds and bedroom furniture! We pride ourselves on sourcing the best beds from some top brands, with a range of styles to fit every need. From trendy mid sleeper beds to cool Scandi inspired frames, check out a few of our favourite new arrivals available to shop now.

    The Flexa Nordic Kids Day Bed - Children's Bed Shop

    Flexa Nordic Day Bed 1 in White

    This stylish bed from Flexa has a contemporary design, made from solid scandinavian pine with a smooth lacquer finish. This bed is perfect for sleepovers or a guest bedroom as it comes with a built in underbed trundle that can be used as an extra bed, along with built in storage space. The simple design and versatile colour of this bed also means it can fit easily into every child’s room, looking great with any colour scheme.

    Flexa Nordic Playhouse Kids Bed - Children's Bed Shop

    Flexa Nordic Playhouse Day Bed 1 in White

    Another beautiful bed frame that’s been introduced to the Children’s Bed Shop range is the Flexa Nordic Playhouse Day Bed. This bed features a creative and playful design that’s sure to brighten up any space, and also comes with a choice of headboard options and colours to make the style more personalised. Scandinavian style is a big interior design trend at the moment, and this bed is a sure fire way to introduce this look into your little one’s bedroom!

    Birlea Paddington High Sleeper Kids Bed - Children's Bed Shop

    Birlea Paddington High Sleeper Bed - Black & Walnut

    Sleek and stylish, if you’re looking for a versatile children’s high sleeper bed that ticks all the boxes, then the Birlea Paddington Highsleeper is for you! The black and oak finish gives this bed a modern look that’s great for older kids rooms. Along with storage and wardrobe space, the frame also includes a desk so your child can easily get on with any studying from the comfort of their bedroom.

    Flair Switch Mid Sleeper Bed - Children's Bed Shop

    Flair Switch Mid Sleeper

    Last but not least! The Switch midsleeper bed by Flair is an unforgettable new style that’s sure to be a hit. With a curved ladder design and sleek white and pink/blue reversible detail, this bed is perfect for all child’s rooms, giving that beautiful modern style. The multitude of storage options also gives you plenty of space to store your child’s belongings, while also displaying any toys or decorative items.

     

    To shop the full range of children’s mid sleeper beds, themed beds, bunk beds and more from Children’s Bed Shop, click here now to check out our wide selection of styles.

  • 4 tips to stop bedwetting in your child

    How to stop bedwetting in children - Children's Bed Shop

    On top of sleepwalking, night terrors or difficulty staying in their own bed, there’s another big sleep issue that many parents encounter — bed wetting. Having a child that frequently wets the bed can be frustrating for the parent, and embarrassing for the child. The truth is, bedwetting is actually extremely common in kids, and thankfully there are things you can do to help banish the habit for good. To help you along the way, the team at Children’s Bed Shop have put together some tips on how to hopefully stop bedwetting for good.

     

    Lower fluid intake at night

     

    If your child has lots to drink before bedtime, chances are they’ll be more likely to need the toilet during the night, which could lead to bedwetting. Make sure your child is drinking enough throughout the day and then gradually reducing fluid intake by the evening. If your child spends the daytime in school or nursery, give them a bottle to drink from so that they’re hydrated enough through the day, and won’t need to drink excessively once they get home.

     

    Avoid bladder irritants

     

    A lot of food and drink contains ingredients that can irritate your child’s bladder. Examples of this include caffeine found in chocolate, citrus juices, and artificial flavourings and sweeteners. If your little one is prone to bedwetting, try cutting these ingredients out of their diet, at least prior to bedtime.

     

    Schedule regular bathroom breaks

     

    To lower the likelihood of your child needing to urinate through the night, make sure to schedule regular bathroom breaks throughout the day. Encouraging your child to use the bathroom every two or three hours and right before bedtime should help their body get into a routine and reinforce a healthy pattern.

     

    Get a moisture alarm

     

    If none of the above tips work, you could try investing in a moisture alarm for your child. A moisture alarm is a device that wakes your child up with an alarm sound as soon as any urine is expelled. Prompting your child to wake up in this way will help them to associate the feeling of a full bladder with getting up and using the bathroom, eventually without the need for the alarm.

    Do you have any tips of your own on ways to stop bed wetting in children? Make sure to let us know in the comments below! To check out our range of kids beds, bedroom furniture and accessories, head to the Children’s Bed Shop homepage now.

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