Blue - Child Safety
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Wed Jul 30 00:00:00 MDT 2014shopstoomuch2 Rating:2.0
The blue globe-like part is actually gray. It does not turn blue when you turn it on. In fact, when you do turn it on there is barely enough power to see the lights on the ceiling. The sound is alright but not what I would want to hear while trying to go to sleep. The whole unit feels cheap. It feels like if you tough it you will break it. I gave it to my 2 year old grandson to play with. Expensive lesson learned.
Sat Feb 09 00:00:00 MST 2013gardninme Rating:5.0
Had bought same gate in a shorter size several years ago, so I knew what I was expecting. The only thing that I was hesitant about was the color was listed as "blue", when in fact it was natural unfinished wood. Easy to install, the lower safety guide was extended further out than my previous gate, so it was actually easier to line up and close the gate. I am very pleased. I bought two and gave one to my son and daughter in law.
Thu Oct 03 00:00:00 MDT 2013runway321 Rating:5.0
We have 2 grandchildren that we baby sit and we have a queen bed that the older one takes her naps in and works out great
Thu May 14 00:00:00 MDT 2009chris76 Rating:5.0
I live in a townhouse with 13 steep stairs that I go up and down all day. With these baby gates I can do chores and carry the baby at the same time. I don't have to stop to reposition the gates!! If I had to do that all day long I would get nothing done. They cost a little more but worth every penny.
A big kid bed, nightlight and nightstand -- moving into a new room is exciting for kids, and having all the right bedroom furniture makes it even more fun. Choosing the perfect nightstand for your tyke is very different than choosing a nightstand for yourself, however. There are many things to take into consideration, such as size, safety and style. The following tips can help you find the right nightstand for your child's room.
Plan the perfect cowboy birthday party for your little cowhands and their posse with a Western-themed party. With the right decorations, games and food, you can create a hoedown that your child and his or her friends will remember for years to come. Find cowboy party supplies and crafts for a colossal cowboy party, and don't forget to capture every moment with your camera. Invitations. Create cowboy party invitations that look like "wanted" posters using recycled brown cardstock paper. Print a black-and-white picture of the cowboy or cowgirl of honor in the center and use an old-style font or block lettering. Include the time and place for the round-up on the cowboy party invitations. Use fun phrases such as "howdy partner" and "saddle up for the showdown" for added laughs. Ask guests to come in their favorite cowboy attire, including rugged jeans, flannels and boots. Decorations. For cowboy party decorations, cover tables with red and white tablecloths. Display "wanted" posters of the birthday cowboy or cowgirl throughout the cowboy party room. Add balloons in colors of red, white and blue. Shape strands of rope into lassos and place them on the tables or hang them on chairs. Use bandanas or a Western-themed fabric for place mats. Create large cutouts of cacti, horses and cowboys for decorations. Bales of hay, stalks of corn and other items can add to the cowboy party decorations. Place bottles of water or juice boxes in a wheelbarrow filled with ice for refreshments. Dress up. Costumes and clothing can add to the cowboy birthday party theme. Because all guests may not know each other, give each guest a name tag cut to look like a sheriff's badge. Use silver cardstock cut into star shapes and attach the name tags with safety pins or tape. Provide guests with bandanas in a variety of colors. Give each guest a straw cowboy hat and a water pistol for an authentic cowboy look. Games. Though cowboys can be serious, there is nothing like having several fun games planned for even the roughest, toughest cowboy to enjoy. If you're holding a summer party, tell all cowboys and cowgirls to bring their swimsuit for a shoot-out using water pistols. Have a galloping contest; use brooms as pretend ponies and have races to see whose horse is the fastest. Old-fashioned potato-sack jumping contests are easy to assemble. Hold a boot toss contest: Have children toss bean bags, gold coins or other cowboy party supplies into an old pair of worn cowboy boots. Food. Create an old-fashioned homemade spread, complete with a cowboy party cake. Barbecued hamburgers and hot dogs or sloppy joes are always a favorite for little cowboys and cowgirls. Salsa and chips, beef jerky and even pulled pork sandwiches are additional ideas. Corn on the cob and cornbread are traditional cowboy staples. Create a cowboy party cake in the shape of a hat, pony or boot to continue the theme. Goodie bags. Thank each guest for coming by giving them a galvanized pail filled with cowboy party favors. Fill each pail with a small amount of straw or hay. Add trail mix, gold coins and licorice rope to each pail. Tie pieces of raffia or fabric for additional decoration to the pail's handle. For other cowboy party favors, consider purchasing small plastic harmonicas, sheriff badges and cowboy figurines. View All Crafts Back to Guides Directory View All Crafts
Looking to make the most of the space in a small bedroom? Bunk beds can provide more beds and extra storage space and make small rooms feel bigger. Keep reading for answers to frequently asked questions about bunk beds; knowing the answers will help you pick the perfect bunk bed.
Whether you're celebrating your child's birthday, your college graduation or a wedding anniversary, you need great handmade invitations to commemorate the event. Creating custom invitations for your special day doesn't have to cost a lot of money or require a lot of time; with a stack of blank cards and envelopes and some paper, stamps and pens, you can design personalized invitations that will impress and surprise your guests. Read on for tips on creating the perfect invitations for various events you're celebrating.