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07-29-2012 01:35 PM
Crazy8
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I saw a daycare center used cots for toddlers and soft mats for 3-4 yr old kids.
Is it safe to use soft mat with toddlers? Are we allow by any rules or regulations?
I just try to figure this out since I want to use foldable soft mats to save storage room/area.
regulations vary by state - I believe mine state a mat has to be 2" thick. I have always used mats right when toddlers leave the pack n' play with no problems at all.
07-29-2012 09:50 AM
Baan Dek Lek I saw a daycare center used cots for toddlers and soft mats for 3-4 yr old kids.
Is it safe to use soft mat with toddlers? Are we allow by any rules or regulations?
I just try to figure this out since I want to use foldable soft mats to save storage room/area.

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