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    I wish I'd had the space for a full size bed. It would be so nice to be able to lie down with my children on occasion (eg. nurse to sleep when they were babies or maybe just lie down while singing lullabies instead of sitting up). We also use the twin for guests; a full would be better (though not as good as a queen). We've made due with a twin for DD's room; DS has a toddler bed. If you have the space for a full size bed, I'd go for it. There is cute kiddie bedding for both sizes.

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    Melaine is online now Blue Diamond level (20,000+ posts)
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    Gosh, I'd love to have done a full or two fulls! Space is so much an issue for us that we did loft beds.
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    I would defnitely go for a full bed if space was not an issue.
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    arivecchi is offline Blue Diamond level (20,000+ posts)
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    Quote Originally Posted by arivecchi View Post
    Full bed. Can double as a guest bed plus you will be comfortable if you have to lay down with your DC.
    OT, but is it lie or lay? Please help me remember the difference!

    Sorry for the question!
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    Go for a full if you have the space. I grew up with a full size bed, the first time I ever slept in a twin was when I went away to college and was in a dorm!

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