The Romp and Roost has been a lifesaver for our family. We have a beautiful little girl (Sarah) with Rett Syndrome. Rett Syndrome is a rare neurological disorder that affects things like spatial awareness, so traveling with her is tricky because she needs bed rails to stay safe.
From the time she was three years old, Sarah has been sleeping restfully in the Romp and Roost when we travel to visit family or to visit clinics in Nashville, Cincinnati and elsewhere. Having children with special needs comes with a whole host of unexpected characteristics, i.e., drooling during sleep, possible bed wetting, etc. The waterproof sheet is machine washable and dry-able – and we wash it several times on trips. It’s very high quality and securely straps beneath the mattress to stay in place. The other thing I love about it is that it’s easy to set up and take down. We are usually arriving late and need to get our daughter down for the night, and we can have the Romp and Roost ready for her in under two minutes.
Sarah is now seven years old, 62 pounds and 52 inches tall… and she still fits comfortably in the Romp and Roost. The peace of mind that we have each night, knowing she is safe and sleeping well is priceless. I would highly recommend the Romp and Roost to any parent with a special needs child. I don’t know what we would do without it.
Jen M., 43, Columbus, OH
Mom to Sarah, 7