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Reddit mentions of Sauder Pogo Bookcase/footboard, Soft White finish

Sentiment score: 5
Reddit mentions: 7

We found 7 Reddit mentions of Sauder Pogo Bookcase/footboard, Soft White finish. Here are the top ones.

Sauder Pogo Bookcase/footboard, Soft White finish
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  • Cubbyhole storage for books, toys, etc
  • Storage bins feature ID tags
  • Soft White finish
  • Engineered wood construction
  • Assembled dimensions: L: 41.102" x W: 14.488" x H: 32.835
ColorSoft White
Height32.88 Inches
Length41.12 Inches
Number of items1
SizeL: 41.10" x W: 14.49" x H: 32.84"
Weight60 Pounds
Width15.472 Inches

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Found 7 comments on Sauder Pogo Bookcase/footboard, Soft White finish:

u/duenotsoonenough · 5 pointsr/BabyBumps

1,000 sq feet is a lot! Could you use the kitchen sink for baby baths? Or get a little infant tub, or even an oversized tupperware (or something from the container store). But really, you could use an infant tub and just fill it with water from the sink.

We had a 925 sq foot one-bedroom apartment when our son was born. When he was first born we just had a boppy lounger that he slept in on the floor next to our bed. We started with the Halo bassinet but he HATED it and would only sleep in the lounger. Literally. We tried everything. Only the f*cking boppy lounger. It made me so paranoid bc it said it wasn't safe for infant sleep but he loved it and did fine in it.

Anyways, when he got older (maybe at around 6 weeks) we moved him to a pack n play that had a raised mattress thing (not a bassinet, it's just a thing that clips on that lifts the mattress piece up). And then, we basically moved the pack n play depending on where we wanted to be in the moment. So, when we put him down to sleep, if we wanted to stay up in our bedroom and watch a movie, we'd set him up in the living room/main room. But if we wanted to be in the living room and cook a late dinner or something, we put him in our bedroom. That way, we weren't disturbing his sleep or naps.

We got this when he got a bit older and started collecting more toys https://www.amazon.com/Sauder-Bookcase-Footboard-White-Finish/dp/B00B2QU5YW/ref=sr_1_3 We still have it now (2.5 years later) and it's great. Holds a ton of books and toys, and is easy for him to access.

We had a little play gym thing that was cute and collapsable, though it stayed out for the most part because it was the best place to put him down for entertainment for a while.

We got this as a gift (expensive AF) but I LOVE it because the drawers are super deep, and now that he's too big to be changed on top of it, we're just using it as a dresser and it fits a ton of clothes, diapers, wipes, blankets, etc. https://www.amazon.com/Babyletto-3-Drawer-Changer-Removable-Changing/dp/B007CRJHW6/ref=sr_1_1_a_it

Once he started moving around, our whole apartment became his room. We basically permanently shut the door to our bedroom and baby proofed the entire rest of the apartment so he could crawl around. At that point there really wasn't any point in trying to save space lol.

Honestly, it's going to be fine :) when they're first born you end up wanting them so close all of the time anyways. And, for the first 9+ months they don't really move a lot or take up a ton of space. It's just once they start moving around that it becomes slightly more challenging.

u/Cville_Reader · 3 pointsr/Parenting

We have a bookshelf that has a shelf on top and storage bins on the bottom. I really like it! It's great for storing books on the shelf and dress up clothes in the bin. My only complaint is that our tallest picture books don't quite fit and we have to put them on their sides.

Even though it's pretty inexpensive, I feel like it's a pretty sturdy shelf and it was easy to put together.

Link to Amazon:

u/travelista · 2 pointsr/BabyBumps

Thanks! I bought it off Amazon. Here is the link: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00B2QU5YW/ref=cm_sw_r_udp_awd_5Ikptb0HB4M0A

u/BlueberryFaerie · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

We just bought this bin toy storage organizer http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00302KB5O/ref=mp_s_a_1_2?qid=1451263853&sr=8-2&pi=SY200_QL40 it's working well so far! I like that you can rotate the bins so things are easier to access as needed and that I can pull a bin down to put toys in it then put it back up.

And this one but haven't put this one together yet. http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00B2QU5YW/ref=mp_s_a_1_5?qid=1451264069&sr=8-5&pi=AC_SX220_SY330_FMwebp_QL65

Edit to add: those are the ones we have for the living room and family room. For her bedroom she has a 9 cube shelf with cloth bins and open shelves for books and a big toy box

u/Temmon · 1 pointr/beyondthebump

That looks like what I have. It's good quality for the cost, standing up to a toddler pretty well and was easy to assemble.

u/beermethestrength · 1 pointr/InfertilityBabies

Thanks! It's a bookshelf/toy box that I got on Amazon: Sauder Pogo Bookcase/Footboard