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[Amazon.ca] Regalo Extra Long Bedrail - $29.99 (40% off)

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[Amazon.ca] Regalo Extra Long Bedrail - $29.99 (40% off)

Great product. Already have one and need another for another bed.

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I got this. I didn't actually like it much. In the end, I bought and set up a pillow bumper (like a body pillow) that goes under the fitted sheet for each kid. They love them, and have never fallen out since.
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Skilas wrote: I got this. I didn't actually like it much. In the end, I bought and set up a pillow bumper (like a body pillow) that goes under the fitted sheet for each kid. They love them, and have never fallen out since.
soo...they did fall before?
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Deal dead, now at $46,32 with only 7% off
I lost the ability to remember things when I lost the right to a full night's sleep.
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sipjd65 wrote: soo...they did fall before?
Face With Tears Of Joy Honestly yes. All the time. When my son was 2/3 I used to keep a spare toddler mattress beside his bed to catch him. Always rolling out of bed. Now he still love the long pillows and doesn't want me to get rid of it yet, even though he's a few years older.
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Thank you OP. I had ordered two and they got delivered today. Hopefully they help my 2 year old
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Skilas wrote: Face With Tears Of Joy Honestly yes. All the time. When my son was 2/3 I used to keep a spare toddler mattress beside his bed to catch him. Always rolling out of bed. Now he still love the long pillows and doesn't want me to get rid of it yet, even though he's a few years older.
For those who might think the above is a rare situation... its not :)
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Skilas wrote: I got this. I didn't actually like it much. In the end, I bought and set up a pillow bumper (like a body pillow) that goes under the fitted sheet for each kid. They love them, and have never fallen out since.
Do you have a link to the pillow bumper?
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halcyon wrote: For those who might think the above is a rare situation... its not :)
i mean i have 3 kids and none of them ever fell out of bed. Oh well, everyone is different, im glad you found a solution
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I think it’s a good price and it is longer which is nice, but I wish it was taller. Anyone who has a thicker mattress will only have a small barrier.
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Skilas wrote: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B0748XPZHR/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

There doesn't seem to be any stock. But it was $32.99 when I bought it 1.5 years ago.
Thanks! It’s $75 for a two pack so not too shabby in terms of inflation. We’re moving our 2.5 year old to his big boy bed soon but he rolls around a lot…was looking for the railings but I like this more. Does it actually stop them from rolling off the bed at night?
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tropicana wrote: Thanks! It’s $75 for a two pack so not too shabby in terms of inflation. We’re moving our 2.5 year old to his big boy bed soon but he rolls around a lot…was looking for the railings but I like this more. Does it actually stop them from rolling off the bed at night?
When you say "big boy" bed, what size do you mean? These are the exact length of a toddler bed. I'm sure they would work with a Twin bed as well though.

Personally for me, both my kids used to roll off the bed. Since we had low toddler beds, they never got hurt. But it usually meant they woke up in the middle of the night because of it. I started putting a spare mattress to cushion their fall. And often I'd find them sleeping on the floor mattress in the morning.

The bumper works great. It's more of a subconscious physical reminder that they are at the edge of the bed. They can still technically roll over it, but it takes effort. There's no "goal" to get over it since they're asleep.

The biggest annoyance is that since it goes under the fitted sheet, the fitted sheet no longer reaches all the way down to hide the side of the mattress. It goes far enough to hook on the side, but not underneath. It's not a big deal, but takes away from the nice look of hiding the side of the mattress.

The nicest thing is that it's still easy to get into bed with it on. I would imagine that getting over rail may be a bit tricky. But since the bumper is just a long pillow, the kids sit on it, or jump on it no problem.

I was able to dig up some old photos that I took when I bought it. See below. It's like those mattresses in a box. Once you cut the plastic, it expands to the appropriate size.

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