Does your child use their imagination as much as we did when we were kids? Do you see
your children telling phenomenal stories in their fantasy play like we used to when we
played cops and robbers or house?
In the world of child development you may hear phrases like "critical thinking skills" and "creative problem-solving abilities". All this requires is the ability to imagine possible solutions. So, how do we go about achieving this? You need to provide them with opportunities to develop it for themselves when they are very young.
One of the easiest way is to start by designing a bedroom according to their likes and dislikes. For instance, boys love to own a racing car bed. The feeling of sitting in front of their racing car themed children's bed and acting like Lewis Hamilton creates a fantasy world to explore their world in a different way, and gives them the time and space to develop their creative imaginations free from adult agendas.
Babios is delighted to introduce this spectacular BMW M3 kids car bed, featuring realistic wheels with LED lights around them, mind blowing headlights that actually functions as real lamps, and the bulging wings at the back, giving your little prince a real racing car experience.
The beauty is in the additional functionalities - all our car beds comes with a key fob, which can be used to control the headlamps, which is an amazing feature allowing your child to turn on or off the lights without having to get off the bed, or even better, you as a parent to enforce "lights out" without even setting foot in the room. The head lamps are very energy efficient and are battery powered.
Health and safety has a paramount importance at Babios, therefore our designer car beds have raised sides so that your child sleeps safely, with a piece of mind that your child will not fall out. Given the size of the mattress (90cm by 190cm), your child will be able to use this car bed into their teens. The 90cm x 190cm mattress for this kid's car bed is sold separately.
So, what's included in our car beds: