- Guaranteed child and baby-friendly
- Durable solid wood construction (pine)
- Aesthetic value, with 4 different setup
- No storage for baby items
As a mom, we’re not just after the crib’s functionality. We also want our cribs to be aesthetically pleasing; something that can put smiles on our faces and brag about with other moms. The crib is one of the most beautifully-made cribs; you’d even think it’s too expensive. The fact is, any mom can afford this crib. And it’s also convertible so it saves you a lot money by not having to buy different types of bed as your baby grows.
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This crib is one of the easiest to get accustomed with. Depending on your choice of crib finish, this crib can blend right in to your nursery room. It’s also the easiest in terms of crib assembly and conversion. Any mom can set this up by herself with little or no assistance. Changing modes from crib to toddler bed is just as easy. It comes with the basic DIY tools and detailed user’s manual.
Mom’s like cribs that have some emotional value in it. Liberty 5-in-1 is a kind of crib that lingers with your child from birth to grown-up with its 4 different sleeping modes plus matching drawer and changer set (sold separately). When it comes to service life, this crib is made of solid pine wood so you’re pretty sure it can stay with you for as long as you want and you can use it over and over again.
After setting up, you’ll notice right away that it’s much easier for you to get your baby in and out the crib. That’s because it has a low profile which favors not-so-tall mommies like the most of us are. As you might have guessed, it’s not a drop-side crib. So instead of sliding the rails down, you’ll gonna have to manually adjust the height of the platform. It’s far safer, though, so you won’t have to worry about the baby getting stuck between the rails. Besides, drop-side cribs have already been banned in most countries.
Ideally, you want to set the metal platform for the mattress (sold separately) at the highest level during the first three to four months. As your baby learns to crawl and starts grabbing the rails for support, you’d have to lower the platform, and so on. Feeding time occurs more frequently during the day. For that, you can use the crib as a day bed by taking off the side rail and adjusting the platform. You can put the rail back and revert to its default configuration when it’s time for lights off.
Soon your little tot can get up and get to bed all by himself. By this time, most of your nighttime woes have already ended, although there are sleep regressions occasionally as the child’s growing body tries to catch up with his circadian rhythm. Time to change the crib into something more appropriate. Simply attach the toddler rail (sold separately) and adjust the platform at a proper height and you now have a toddler bed. As an adult bed, you gonna have to buy a bed frame and footboard (sold separately) to use it.
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