Whenever a winter storm blasts through Chicago, the cleanup crews spring into action. First comes the salt trucks to lay down a layer of melting minerals in the hopes that ice won’t take hold. Of course, that often results in mush on the road. After the salt goes down, the snow plows kick into high gear as they wind their way throughout the city. Again, unintended consequences often result in clear roads but snow bank mountains along the sidewalk. Until the cleanup crews do their thing, all other city services come to a halt. That is when you notice how quickly garbage can pile up. Waiting one day for a pickup isn’t bad but if that stretches beyond that, then there is going to be a huge mess. Thankfully, these crews don’t mind racking up overtime to get the job done.
What about a cleanup from around your home? Everyone should pitch in with cleaning their own rooms and their own messes. But there are some cleanup jobs that can’t be handled without outside help. What happens when you decide to toss out that ratty loveseat or old tube TV? That’s not something the city cleanup crews can handle. For that kind of help, you need to bring in the pros from Junk King Chicago West.
Like the city crews, Junk King has the manpower to get your cleanup job done. That manpower comes from the two movers who will be assigned to your junk removal session. This is a team that has been thoroughly trained on the proper way of removing heavy or bulk items. They are also insured and bonded. That puts them in a trustworthy category that sets them apart from other so-called professionals.
The Junk King crew is happy to tackle any removal challenge you throw at them. They can take apart a pool table, lift a treadmill or dismantle an entertainment center. All those pieces will then be loaded onto the truck and out of your home for good. Won’t that make a world of difference? When you need to take care of junk cleanup around your house, you can always depend on Junk King Chicago West for a rapid response.
Remember those cute onsies you had for your little one? How fast did they grow out of them? One thing is for sure, kids grow up fast. The first couple of years are all about crib time but now they’ve outgrown the crib and are ready to make the switch to a toddler bed. Here are some good tips on how to make that a smooth transition:
Lock Down the Bedtime Routine
Before you make the big transition, you have to make sure you’ve got a regular bedtime routine locked down. That includes any and all rituals it takes to get your kid to drift off to slumber land. This might be a good time to finally stop and drinks in the crib/bed before sleep. The goal is that the only difference will be where the child goes to sleep, not how.
Get Them Excited
You want to get your toddler excited about the idea of “big kid” beds. That can start with any young family members like cousins or other siblings who are already snoozing in their own beds. There are also a lot of books on the subject. Just as you probably used books for potty training, you can also get the toddler excited by introducing the concept through their “reading material.”
Wait Until Potty Training Is Done
You don’t want to introduce a bed while your toddler is still going through potty training. That same thing applies if you’re moving to a new house. You just don’t want to overload them with new concepts. Even after the potty training is complete, you’ll probably want to keep them in training diapers for the first few weeks.
Position the Bed in the Same Spot as the Crib
It will help if your little one can look up and see all the familiar corners and walls that he was used to in the crib. That’s why you’ll want to put the bed in the same spot as the crib.
Once the switch has been made, there won’t be any going back. That means you’ll have a crib and some other baby furniture that is not being used. You can hang onto it for a little while just in case there might be another “surprise.” When you’re ready to get rid of that old baby furniture, turn it over to Junk King Chicago West. These are expert junk haulers who can not only move those heavy items out of the house but they can also take them apart first. And with Junk King on the job, that furniture won’t go to waste. They’ll make every effort to donate it to a local charity where it can help a family in need. To make the toddler bed switch, you’ll need help with furniture hauling from Junk King Chicago West.