Ah, but there's the problem.
After measuring out beds for the kids in their rooms, it became obvious that some rooms - because of their layout - wouldn't work very well with the beds we had planned for them. The same thing happened earlier in the bonus room, when we realized a sectional wouldn't work. It's a harsh truth, but the tape measure doesn't lie.
We had earlier commented about how the kids were really interested in the size of their rooms, and now all three kids may end up with different sizes of beds (at least for a while). The good news is by changing up the bed sizes, each kid will have a good amount of play space. And, it will save us a little money in the short term, because we'll be using a twin bed we already have for our son Alden instead of buying a new full bed. (we were going to give them all at least a full size bed, but logistics in Alden's room means a twin makes more sense for him right now - at least for a few years). I guess it is better to find out now than to buy everything and realize it doesn't fit after the fact.
Did you make any changes once you measured out the furniture in your rooms?