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Old 01-12-2014, 07:55 PM   #1
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Will a PeaPod for Kids/babies fit in a 25' Flying Cloud?

We are going on a trip soon with a 25 foot flying cloud to try it out and we are working through option with out 10 month old baby.

We are thinking of ordering a peadpod travel bed for her to sleep on
The dimensions of the 15.1 x 14.7 x 4 inches

It looks like this.


We are hoping it can go in the kitchen/hallway area or by the door. Worst case we could put it on the queen bed but then we would be sleeping on the dinete and I would get worried she could still roll it off.

We do not want to make anything or install bars as its not our airstream.

Thoughts, opinions?

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Old 01-12-2014, 09:17 PM   #2
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You can buy bed rails that slide underneath the mattress and are being held by the weight of the mattress plus the baby, there's no installation. We use these for our own kids. If you're concerned about the weight of the dinette cushions being enough to hold the rail, you could cut a sheet of plywood to size and slide it underneath, that should hold it with no problems.

This way she might be able to safely sleep on the dinette.

Here's a link: Kids R Us Swing Down Bed Rail | BabiesRUs
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Old 01-12-2014, 09:34 PM   #3
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Popping the table off the supports

If you have the standard folding table leg, fold it up, then pop the table off of the wall brace (a twisting pull does it). Put the table on the floor or leave it at home and bring a couple of tray tables. Put the baby's pod between the seats on the floor.

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You should have stated the open dimensions which are 46"L x 28"W x 18"H.

I don't think you would have a problem with room for it while sleeping either near the door or part way under the dinette. It might be harder to deal with during the day though. Hopefully someone with a 25' or 27' will comment.


EDIT; Paula posted while I was typing, she is correct if you can remove the table that would probably work best.
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You should have stated the open dimensions which are 46"L x 28"W x 18"H.

I don't think you would have a problem with room for it while sleeping either near the door or part way under the dinette. It might be harder to deal with during the day though. Hopefully someone with a 25' or 27' will comment.


EDIT; Paula posted while I was typing, she is correct if you can remove the table that would probably work best.
We have a pack n play for outside during the day and a small fold up gate but this peapod would work best for sleeping at night assuming it would fit. No risk of falling and keeps her secure.

I may try to remove the table but if it fits without I would rather not mess with it since I do want to break anything. Again its not mine..we are using it for a weekend to make sure the 25 is the right size for us.
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To update. The pepod worked great! as a play area. She loved it, it fit with plenty of room to spare and was easy to fold up and put away when not in use.

For sleeping we used her "rock n play" which fit perfectly at the foot of our bed.


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