For example, a car or train bed can have an actual door keeping him in at night. Similarly a castle bed can have a gate or a drawbridge serving the same purpose, helping not only your little boy to stay safely in bed through the night, but giving you the security and peace of mind that helps you sleep through the night as well.
Parents of special needs kids have complained for years that the only beds available to their children have been cribs and not beds. Not only are special needs cribs expensive and ugly, but they can also be humiliating and disempowering for special needs kids older than toddler age who have enough to work through already without also having a bedroom that makes them feel like they're still an infant. Other past attempts at special needs beds just look like stalls and hospital beds, none of which inspire any sort of delight in the child forced to sleep there.
Once you select your dream baby bedding, look closely at its tone. If it has a warm tone (red, yellow, orange, gold); consider choosing a brown crib, changing table, and dresser. If it has a cool tone (blue, purple, green); consider choosing black furniture. If your bedding is more on the pastel side or a classic neutral tone like ivory, beige, stone grey, or even white; you may wish to choose ultra-light furniture painted white or ivory shades.
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