L.N. asks from Katy, TX on August 22, 2006
L.M. answers from Dallas on August 25, 2006
I could make one for you daughter in any fabric you like and will only charge you $15.00. Do you like any cartoons or specific color. I can get some swatches and email them to you It will have a mat with a pillow and a small blanket and it will roll up like a sleeping bag and have a handle. You can email me a ____@____.com Thanks!
S.R. answers from Dallas on August 23, 2006
I saw some in the JCPENNEY catalog for about $15.00 or you can try www.mynappak.com, but she is expensive and I sells the same two designs that you can get at JCpenney's.
H.C. answers from Dallas on August 22, 2006
I bought a nap mat at Big Lots for $6. Red and blue and cushy!!
M.F. answers from Dallas on August 22, 2006
A.G. answers from Los Angeles on August 22, 2006
I saw some yesterday at Walmart, about $7.
I bought some fleece fabric on sale and made my own little sleeping bags...they look like giant pillow cases but the kids like them.
A.H. answers from Dallas on August 22, 2006
I saw them at Wal-Mart! They were near the school supplies, and seemed affordable.
Good luck! A.
J.W. answers from Dallas on August 23, 2006
I just brought one for my 3 year old at Bloom Embroidery in Coppell. It was under $50 for my son's name to be embroidered on it as well. Since you must label everything you send with your child to preschool or daycare I thought this was a great buy. It is like a sleeping bag and it is washable and appears to be of good quality. You can see them at www.bloominc.com
T.T. answers from Dallas on August 22, 2006
I know when I was shopping for my son's school supplies, I have seen some cut mats at Walmart, but there are not cloth. You can also use a sleeping bag and those are inexpensive either at Target or Walmart.
A. answers from Dallas on August 22, 2006
JCPenney - it has an attached pillow and blanket and rolls up and has a shoulder strap, but is very lightweight. Only around $20.