kid's bedding


We bought new bed sheets, down comforters, and duvet covers for our kids.
Actually, this is a new bedding set for Aaron but very first bedding for Jordan since Jordan slept with us in our bed until now.

Jordan still doesn't have his own bed yet but we are planning to purchase a bunk bed very soon so we temporarily set up his bedding on an air mattress next to Aaron's bed so he can start sleeping with Aaron.

The minimum requirement that Katie was looking for in kid's bedding was that it had to be 100% cotton.

However, it wasn't as easy as I thought to find 100% cotton sheets and covers but finding ones that had kid's favorite prints were deadly combination and very difficult mission.

Katie searched most of the major department stores as well as those well known store websites and finally got something that both kids and she liked.

The goose down comforters are so light and warm. It feels like you are sleeping on a clouds... I think these are actually better quality than our goose downs. I'm so jealous that I want to sleep with them

Blue Ridge Bedding, 500 Thread Count 68" x 88" Twin Down Comforters from Macy's: on sale for $90 each (orig. $300)

Dinosaur and Firetruck Twin Sheet Set from TJMax: $20 each

Superman and Batman 100% cotton Twin Duvet Covers from Pottery Barn Kids: $79 each

The twin sheet set from TJMax is by Hillcrest fine linens with 310 thread count and comes with a flat sheet, extra deep fitted sheet and a pillowcase. I really love this set.

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