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DD's room is teeny tiny, so the only bed that would fit is an IKEA bed with a desk underneath. She hasm't been scarred for life, and I've heard a few metallic clunks and bangs as she's shifted around. Even her loudest clunks and clangs haven't lead anyone to wake up, just notice.
In our case, the choice of the loft bed was the only choice possible. So, maybe what I'm wondering is this.. are you maybe trying to make things perfect in an imperfect world? If your kids have to live in your house, what can you get that fits their room?
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