OK, back in March is when the whole CPS thing started. We finally closed the investigation portion of the case, which is good. The whole reason why CPS got involved in the first place was because my kids had a bruise on their hip and CPS said that area was A-Typical, meaning not a general area where kids normally get bruises. We finally figured out where the kids were getting their bruises, it was being caused by how they went up and down their ladder on their wooden bunk bed. So daddy and I took down the bunk bed and converted the bed into two twin beds. But I am having trouble getting my children to understand the seriousness of them jumping on their beds, lifting up their mattresses and walking across their boards. There was a problem over this weekend, where one of my twins was...jumping on her bed, fell off, bumped her head, not too hard, but enough to cause a small bruise on her forehead, about the size of a pointer finger nail. She also hit her hip on the side board on the way down. Does anyone have any suggestions as to what we should do? I would try and put them into one big queen sized bed without a frame, but I am not sure on state laws about 2 4yr old twin girls sharing a bed, and my kids have a huge problem sharing a bed together.
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