Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Helping kids on a summer sleep schedule

There is something about summer vacation that makes it seem as if the rules go out the window and things like bedtimes and eating vegetables should be packed away with school books and backpacks until fall rolls around.  Unfortunately, not every family has the luxury of adjusting their entire schedule to enable a more leisurely lifestyle that also allows everyone to get enough sleep.  Moms and Dads still have to get up in the morning and go to work which means kids have to get up and go to camp or childcare.  Late nights and early mornings don’t mix any better during the summer than they do when school is in session.
According to the National Sleep Foundation, school age children need at least nine hours of sleep each night to be healthy and have the energy they need to be active.  The best way to make sure kids are getting the sleep they need is to stick to a standard schedule of bedtime and wake time.  But during the summer, that isn’t always an easy thing to do.  To help parents prepare for a successful summer full of fun and slumber, here are 4 tips for helping kids on a summer sleep schedule.

1.     Set a Bedtime You Can Stick to that Works with Your Schedule
There is no point in setting a summer bedtime that you won’t be able to follow.  Be realistic about what your family’s summer schedule is really like.  Are you out and about later into the day than during the rest of the year? Are you traveling or having family visit? When do your children need to be up in the morning?  All these questions should feed into setting a summer bedtime that will work for your family.
2.     Make Sleep a Priority
Children need 9-10 hours of sleep and they need to see that sleep is important for them and for the rest of the family.  Make sure each family member has room in the schedule to get the sleep their body needs to be healthy.

3.     Allow for Free Time
In our fast paced world, we are apt to over schedule our lives and the lives of our children.  Let summer be a break from structured, scheduled time and make sure your children have free time to play and explore.  Overscheduled children can become stressed out and too much stress can keep them from getting the sleep they need, even if you schedule it in.

4.     Follow the Same Routine
During the school year, it is likely that your child has a specific routine they follow in order to get ready for bed.  They change into pajamas; brush their teeth, read a book, etc.  Try to keep this routine as similar as possible during the summer to reinforce that muscle memory that tells the body it’s time to go to bed.  This will also make it easier to get back on a regular sleep schedule once summer is over.
Source: valleysleepcenter.com

Friday, July 17, 2015

Bunk beds are quality solution if you have more than one kid

When it comes for the bed it should be functional and comfortable in the same time. The mattress should provide good support to the spine. Built in bunk beds are quality solution if you have more than one kid. They don’t occupy a lot place and can provide a good and quality organization in the kid’s room. If you are still in doubt for bunk bed take a look at our collection and make a right decision!

Make your kids room to look like a fairytale. Every kid has different desires and dreams and that’s why you should find the best solution for the kids room which also need to be practical and functional. Before planning to play social games in the room, you need to specify the place where the items will be disposed of after playing. The set can only keep things that have own place. If the tray is full, you need to remove all the less necessary items.

The furniture shouldn’t be made ​​of fragile materials such as glass and sharp edges of tables, cupboards or beds, need be replaced with rounded. All the favourite items of you child expose them on the shelves, while others can be “put to sleep” for example under the bed, in drawers, in decorative cardboard boxes, in baskets or cabinets.

Source: www.architectureartdesigns.com

Thursday, July 9, 2015

Draw: This Baby room can be yours

This beautiful baby room whith a fantastic convertible crib can be yours.
What do you have to do?
We want to know your opinion about our website. Visit www.ros1sop.co.uk and later fill out this short form and send it to us. Automatically you entered into the draw of this beautiful bedroom for babies. The draw will be held on September the 4th.

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Monday, June 29, 2015

Wardrobe organisation

Streamline your wardrobe and declutter your life with smart storage solutions, a bit of practical planning, and possibly a few donations to your nearest Salvation Army clothing bin.

Are you afraid to open your wardrobe, for fear a mountain of clothes might tumble down on your head? Are your shoes neatly ordered, or simply thrown in a pile? It’s all too easy to jam the doors shut and think, ‘Out of sight, out of mind‘, but it only takes a few clever storage solutions to turn your space into a well-ordered and accessible area. On the opposite page, we’ve added a hanging canvas bag from Howards Storage World to our Freedom Riva wardrobe, to create space to store jumpers, hats and T-shirts, while stylish storage and shoe boxes keep the space uncluttered.

If space is at a premium, the ingenious new Elfa system from The Storage Company could come in handy. With fittings in a mixture of metal and birch wood, the ‘wardrobe’ bolts to the wall and features a hanging rail, shoe rack, dresser shelf and storage baskets. Ideal for a spare bedroom or in an awkward corner, it could also be utilised as a space to store bed linen and towels, or pretty much anything you like.
source: homelife

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

Regalamos dos entradas para MotoGP Montmelo Gran Premi de Catalunya

¿Tu de quién eres?; Márquez, Lorenzo, Pedrosa, Valentino...

Es este fin de de semana

En el equipo Ros regalamos dos entradas para el próximo MotoGP Montmelo Gran Premi de Catalunya que se realizará este finde.  Damos dos localidades situadas en tribuna. Durante los tres días del Gran Premio es posible recorrer todas las zonas de público, caminando a pie por los caminos asfaltados que transcurren por el interior del Circuit y que unen las diferentes áreas.

Tienes tiempo de presentarte hasta el  jueves a la 1 de la tarde.

¿Que has de hacer?: Simplemente visita nuestro ultimo catálogo juvenil “Kids Touch”, elige una de las habitaciones (Kids Touch), y copia el enlace en nuestro muro de la red social de Ros and Roll. El jueves a partir de las 13:30 realizaremos un sorteo entre los participantes, daremos a conocer los ganadores  a las 14:00 en el muro de la red social de Ros and Roll . Ese mismo día enviaremos las entradas vía mensajería urgente a los ganadores.

Suerte a todos

Tuesday, June 9, 2015

The transition from crib to bed

We have recommended to made the change when the child is about 2 years old.

The crib so far been the reference furniture in the room, now it is the bed.
The child is much more independent and now begins a new stage, and can go to sleep in a bed.
If you purchased a convertible crib, you'll have to change it to bed. There are many kinds of convertible cribs, but usually it becomes a bed of 190x90 cm or 180x80 cm.

Our child´s leisure and recreational space has also changed, now we need more space, a table to paint would be nice to  introducing him/her to read or study habits that will come later.
We can also change other items, even colors.
The lighting in the first few months has been more subdued and soft, now we can change the intensity.
It is very likely that the creative impulses of the child require coating the wall with a base of washable paint, fingerprint-proof and scribbles.

Important add furniture and shelves for storage toys, books etc ..

We must bear in mind that the height is appropriate to the age of the child and his/her safety, as they are now very curious.