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Are you always running after your kids with polish and a cloth, trying to erase scratch marks and dirty stains from your prized furniture? Tired of telling them again and again not to get onto the expensive couch with those dirty hands and feet? Do not feel alone, many parents are facing the same dilemma daily. All will surely agree if you have kids, you probably don't have too much expensive furniture around - anymore! But why shouldn't you be able to have the best of both worlds, kids and beautiful furniture?

Allow me to spread some sunshine and hope onto your situation. The having kids and good furniture combo is do-able after all! The solution is easy, affordable, fun and great for you and the kids: Bean bags! Not only won't you have to worry about breakage of furniture, your kids will love jumping on and playing with these bean bag in various bright and playful colors. These bags withstand the toughest and roughest conditions (like only a child can provide) due to their unique design. Everybody loves a bean bag! Young inquisitive minds and even the minds and bodies weathered by time, loves a good bean bag.

No more preaching to the kids about staying off the plush furniture or washing their hands every five seconds, now they can play to their hearts delight on the bean bags. Toddlers will love having their very own one, especially if it is decorated with their favorite cartoon character in their bedroom or play room. With so many shapes and sizes, your little one will have many options to choose from. Use it as a trampoline, a secret hide away or even a place to take a nap; this is a sure winner for the little ones. It will make them feel like they own their own furniture in your home.

Drooling, messy fingers, dirty clothes and worse, muddy feet, is no longer a concern when you have a kiddies bean bag. Simply unzip the cover of the bean bag and place it in the washing machine. If the bag itself becomes tattered and shrink due to endless playing with it from your kids, simply take it for a refill, saving you the cost of buying a whole new one. Instantly, it will look beautiful and new.

Stress less by not having to run around after your kids, trying to prevent them from breaking yet another precious piece of furniture, and get them a fun bean bag fun bean bag to play with. Not only won't you have to worry about your furniture, you will also have something to occupy your kids with! And hey, while you are out buying a few for your kids, why don't you get one for yourself, you know you deserve it.

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