Finding the right twin mattress for your little one can be a challenge. When I heard about a potential collaboration with Lull, I knew this would be a good opportunity to not only try something but also get the kids out of our bed.
Prior to purchasing a foam mattress, we had a foam layer on our bed. It was the best, inexpensive decision we made at the time. For less than $150, we picked up one of those foam toppers for our queen mattress. It made such a difference on our backs.
After our firstborn, we ended up with a huge chunk that was ripped from the center. We placed it back it, but it was such a hassle fighting our child for a foam piece every time we changed the sheets. What can I say, he was a curious baby.
Eventually, we threw out the foam topper and got ourselves a foam mattress that has a cooling feature from a trusted store.
We’ve been using it for almost a year and love the comfort level. So much so that we’ve picked up a foam mattress Lull for theboys. Please note that the video below is part of a collaboration with the company.
So if you’re wondering why you might you want to look into a foam mattress, then I’ll give you three reasons why:
Your movement doesn’t transfer. You won’t feel it when your spouse gets up in the middle of the night. If you’re a light sleeper, then you’ll want to look into a foam mattress.
Light as a feather. You’ll feel like you’re sleeping on clouds. Although some people prefer a firm mattress, using a foam mattress can make you feel weightless while giving you the comfort you desire.
Easy to clean.Co-sleeping taught us the effects of not having your little one pee before bed. Thankfully, cleaning a foam mattress is a lot easier than a spring one.
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