April 4, 2012, - 7:38 pm

Childhood Memories Last a Lifetime – Guest Post

By BunkBeds.Net

How often do you look back at memories of your childhood, good or bad? My guest is pretty often. I know I do! Little things bring forth that feeling of nostalgia. Maybe you remember a special toy, a song you loved to listen to, or those “forts” you made on the bottom bunk of your bunk bed. Either way, childhood memories tend to pop into your head no matter who you are.

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This is important to think about, especially if you have or work with children. The things you do with them will create those long lasting memories. What do you want them to remember? If you answered the bunk beds, you are in the right direction. You see, these enjoyable childhood memories are a big part of what makes a person.

If you have children, think of your childhood memories and try to come up with fun activities. Help them create memories. Tell them about your own childhood memories and help them to create them along with you. Parents are the most important people in a child’s life, so why shouldn’t you be at the center of these great memories?

Too many parents don’t realize this early enough. Sadly, it isn’t until children become teenagers that parents realize how fast they are growing up and how many opportunities to create great memories they have already missed. Even worse, by this time your child will probably already be trying to become more independent, leaving you fewer chances to create these memories.

Don’t let your child’s childhood pass you by! Buy them bunk beds, have water balloon fights, be silly and let your child see it. These types of memories will last a life time for both you and your child. Think of that great feeling you have when you remember the great moments of your childhood and realize why you want to give that gift to your children.


11 Responses

Debbie is running an experiment to help pay for this website.

I used to sleep in a bunk bed when I went camping in the mountains in California in the mid 1970s. Best thing I ever did as a kid!

Any one else have childhood memories they would like to share?

NormanF on April 4, 2012 at 11:02 pm

I know this is a sponsored post, but oddly enough I needed to hear this. Been so busy busy busy lately and when I get home, my daughter is on the laptop, my 3 year old wants to play on the iPad and I sit down at my own computer to do the “important” work of reading the internet.

They’re only little for a a short time…use it wisely.

Also, that bunk bed is freaking awesome!I’ve never seen one like that.

WaltzingMtilda on April 4, 2012 at 11:47 pm

Those of us who grew up in large Roman catholic families fondly recall our bunk-beds!!!

I’d love to have the one in the picture even now!!! 😛

Skunky on April 5, 2012 at 12:30 am

Kick-ass bunk bed. I fell out of one in my sleep when i was a kid, but this one prevents that and is ultra cool. $1320 is a fair price for this. I wonder if they are US-made?

DS_ROCKS! on April 5, 2012 at 4:46 am

My older brother was hyper (still is) and we quickly got our own rooms in our condo in Troy, Michigan. We would have been at each other’s throats and our parents saw this. This was back in the early ’70’s, hence the bunk bed experience was dis-mantled….good post Debbie 🙂

Steve Epps on April 5, 2012 at 10:05 am

in the Mir yeshiva (Brooklyn) dorm room there was a bed that anyone who slept on it got married in three to four months. It was the top of a bunk bed. This was in the dorm room i stayed in. I was in it for 3.5 month and got engaged.

adam zur on April 5, 2012 at 10:14 am

I’m going to borrow a line from Sophia from The Golden Girls. Picture it West Virginia 1978 sharing a bunk bed with your younger brother and your two other brothers had their own bunk bed. Debbie you are right about memories. Just a minute ago I was thinking of my hometown right before I joined the Navy. My 25th highschool reunion is coming up soon and I just might go. I have small children and let me tell you something. As parents we have to make sure that their childhood memories are good and will last them a lifetime. I have to say thank God that I’m doing a good job so far in this area. I missed out on alot with my Dad because for a big chunk of my childhood he worked nights at the local coal mine. So after that I told myself that all of my energy would be put into being there for my kids.

Ken b on April 5, 2012 at 11:25 am

Sponsored or not they are beautiful thoughts. Thank you Debbie. Pesach Sameach and Shabbat shalom to you and your family.

Naomi R on April 5, 2012 at 2:25 pm

OH WOW …each stair step has a drawer!! Now that is NICE!! good place for TOYS or CLOTHES.

Alabama Pride on April 5, 2012 at 8:30 pm

My brother was killed when our bunk-bed collapsed, crushing him beneath the top bunk that I was on…

He was six years old…

I’ll never forget that day…

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