11 Things From Your Childhood Bed You Shouldn’t Take To College

Leaving the nest when you go to college is hard, but sometimes you just have to let go. Keep your childhood bed at home before you embarrass yourself. Let Target help you transition into a much cooler dorm life.

1. Your race car bed frame

Your feet must stick out from the end of this by now, right?

2. The same goes for your race car sheets

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They are slightly impressive though.

3. AND your race car bed accoutrements

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4. That quilt your grandma knitted you

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Which conveniently has her face stitched onto it.

5. Your blankey

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SOME blankies are definitely okay, but kitten blankies are questionable.

(Just kidding, they’re kind of awesome)

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6. Your lap desk

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This is fairly ingenious, but stop being so lazy.

7. The stuffed animal you’ve had forever

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Sorry buddy, this guy belongs in a safe spot, preferably somewhere at your parents’ house. In a closet. In a shoebox.

8. Your bedwetting mats

Sorry, no.

9. Your footed pajamas

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Nope, sorry.

10. Your canopy

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Although this dude is having the time of his life.

11. Or your butterfly net

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Just wait until your roommate trips on this and rips it down while you’re sleeping. Not fun, guys.

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