makes a quilted pack n play sheet thats soft and fleecy with just a little padding. thats what i use. It's probably the safest way that you can add a little comfort.
Have you thought about getting one of those "egg crate" rolls of foam and cutting to the size of the pack and play. I did that for my daughter when we were at my MIL's our rooms were on separte floors and I wanted her closer to me. I flipped it over so that it was the smooth side and then put the pac n play fitted sheet over it and it made all the difference in the world of us
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Our old pack n play repurposed into a relaxing sensory reading fort. My Apraxic, SPD, and Complex Motor Stereotypy daughter loves this. I bought 2 pool noodles from the dollar store to use under the"roof", gathered old curtain sheers, an old bed skirt, ribbon, and Christmas lights. Whipped out the glue gun and got creative! Total cost... $2! Pinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group.
Book Nook made from an old pack n play, what a creative way to recycle that old play pen into something new the kids will enjoy. I love it, and I think my little one would too. =)