Prepare Your Home for Sleepover Kid
If you have children, there is no other way. At some point you must host a stay in a child. Does it frighten you?
Here are some ideas that can help.
Traditionally, stay in your own child’s room, but it’s probably not the best plan. For one thing, maybe next to your room!
And chances are the bedroom will be too small for the number of invited guests. So how about using your living room?
Have a Plan
What is that? Another horror look? Worried pretty furniture and your pretty stuff will be broken? No, it will not happen – because we have a plan.
Just as you plan an overnight invitation, and a menu, also plan ahead to clean up your living room and pack your valuables. And do not do all the work yourself. The party host definitely helps!
Anything on the wall should be safe, but paki the smaller items, on the table and shelf. You may have some empty boxes in the garage, or grab some large plastic containers from discount stores.
With small pieces on the road, it’s time to tackle the furniture. Some items may need to be moved to another room, or garage, while others can be pushed back to the wall. What you do not want to do, however, is damage your furniture, or your floor.
The best solution is to use furniture pads. To be honest, you have to use these great little pads all the time, but this can be a good reason to customize them.
Furniture pads come in different sizes, so you can use them for desk and chair chairs, beds, sofas and other furniture.
Select Quality Furniture Pads
As simple as this sounds, it is important to buy good quality furniture pads, made of materials that are not scratched. They should not only protect your floor from scuffs and dents, but also thick enough to reduce noise.
So, with pads in place, now you can safely move furniture from that place, and actually open up a space ready to stay.
Depending on your floor type, further protection may be required. For example, you do not want beverages and sticky food down on your best carpet, or expensive Persian rugs.
Select a Theme
Now you are ready to give a nice clean room and prepare for the party. Choosing a theme is a great way to start a party, and you can decorate it appropriately.
When you are busy in the kitchen while cooking a storm, the host of a young party can explore the house for sleeping bags, mattresses, blankets, pillows and pillows, and prepare sleeping arrangements.
As far as feeding your guests, think of an easy finger food. Sauce and bite-sized biscuits, mini hot dogs, mini quiches and pizzas, cupcakes and, no doubt, ice cream.
Let the Party Start
Finally, it’s a good idea to set some activities for the night to start. After that, it’s up to them!