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How to Separate Kids for Nap Time | Product Review

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How to Separate Kids for Nap Time

How to Separate Kids for Nap Time. Nap time parenting tricks. Parenting Advice for Nap time. California Design Den Sheets Review. Product Reviews. Tricks for a Successful Nap Time. Toddler Nap time. Nap Time Anxiety. Kids Sharing a Room

The Sweet & Sticky {Cash & Wyatt} share a bedroom and they always have. We’ve had our bumps in the road with that like all kids do who try to coexist. But, our biggest obstacle lately has been the afternoon nap time. Cash loves it, Wyatt hates it, I desperately need it, especially midweek when I need to write {it’s nap time now!} Cash loves to have a dark room with his blackout curtains and lots of fuzzy blankets. Wyatt hates to be shut in a dark room and never stops talking to Cash, much less falls asleep.

How to Separate Kids for Nap Time. Nap time parenting tricks. Parenting Advice for Nap time. California Design Den Sheets Review. Product Reviews. Tricks for a Successful Nap Time. Toddler Nap time. Nap Time Anxiety. Kids Sharing a Room

So, we made some changes. These changes though needed some convincing. Wyatt, though he doesn’t like to nap, doesn’t like to be separated from Cash either. That’s where my friends at California Design Den came in. I was in desperate need of something exciting to make Wyatt want to leave his brother alone and also sleep. Then it hit me, SHEETS! I decided to let Wyatt pick out special sheets that only he would get to use during his “Special Nap Time” in the guest room.

Making Nap Time Special

It was February when this happened, Wyatt had just turned 4, so I was coasting on the “Big Boy now” theme and him being “all grown up” and “big enough now” to sleep in the special big bed. We went to look online for new sheets and right there, first thing, were these big beautiful Snowflake Sheets from California Design Den. Wyatt immediately said, “I’ll be covered in SNOW!!” #momwinning #addtocart Wyatt LOVES snow and had recently been obsessed with playing outside in it, right up until he gets super cold and grumpy. Hot Bath, straight into pajamas, straight back into his special snowflake sheets. The fun never ends!

How to Separate Kids for Nap Time. Nap time parenting tricks. Parenting Advice for Nap time. California Design Den Sheets Review. Product Reviews. Tricks for a Successful Nap Time. Toddler Nap time. Nap Time Anxiety. Kids Sharing a Room

Why We Love our California Design Den Sheets

Not only did these Special Nap Time Snowflake Sheets help me pull off a major #momwin with a happy napper, but when they arrived they were so much more than cute. The Snowflake Sheets are part of the 400 Thread Count line. Here are some details I pulled straight off of their store front:

Key Details

  • 100% Long Staple Cotton – Single Ply Yarns
  • Authentic 400 Threads Per Square Inch
  • Soft Sateen Weave
  • Fitted Bottom Sheets with Deep Pockets & Xtra Strong Elastic
  • Smart Size and Side indicators for easy use

Also off their storefront:

Our gorgeous, 400-thread-count Queen sheets are made simply and ethically. Each 100 percent pure cotton sheet set delivers a soft feel and durable construction for the ultimate bedroom experience. We create our long-staple cotton sheets and pillowcases using pure cotton yarns. Every set of Queen bedsheets is made of pure natural cotton which is a natural fiber, unlike microfiber. Our cotton is combed to filter out impurities and ensure superb strength. This quality is easy to feel when you dive into cool sheets in your favorite print or lay your head on Pure White pillowcases.

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Why they work for us

Nap Time was a success. Their storefront rings true. A few details that Wyatt really loved is the cool, clean feeling that the combed cotton process provided. We could both feel the difference. I noticed it right when I stretched them over the mattress when I put them on that they were very durable and smooth, despite not being starched. Often times when I put on sheets that are thin, they tend to look baggy and cling to your legs a bit. Wyatt hates that. He wears fleece pajamas and is always making us lay a blanket down on top of then so they’re more “slippery” on his legs. If you’ve got a kid at home who doesn’t like extra textures on their legs of feet, these are your winning sheets. They’re smooth and straight at all times.

I did wash them before I put them on the bed and that whole process was great. They did in fact dry a lot faster than I expected, which is thanks to their natural fibers.

Find your own from California Design Den

If you’re looking to solve a major nap time issue, and you’re thinking a nap time separation might help, I gladly recommend you to try your own set of special *nap time* sheets.

Shop California Design Den on Amazon

Snag the Special Nap Time Snowflake Sheets we love.

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Hi There! I’m Kandice
Wife, WAHM and mother to 2 Hooligan boys, sharing my Sweet & Sticky Story of Motherhood.
Life changes after 2 Toddlers {obviously} so now I’m sharing how I turn those every day #MomProblems into a Story of #MomWinning by building new Small Systems, Organizing Mom Routines and Making Mommy Money Online by Blogging. Follow on Instagram too!

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