Yes or No to Convertible Baby Cribs for a Nursery

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In all honesty, there are lots of parents who absolutely love their convertible cribs. But when you do stop to think about it, is there seriously a need for such a configuration? There's little doubt, convertible baby cribs have a number of uses. Come on, who wouldn't go "Ooh.." and "Aah.." over baby cribs that can morph into a full-size bed? Seriously speaking though, there are several reasons why convertible cribs may not be such a good choice. For one thing, you are most likely going to have one more baby that your firstborn can pass down stuff to. If this is the case then a regular crib would be a great choice, so you can basically pass it down if you decide not to have an additional child, then a convertible crib would work wonderfully because you can transpose it to bigger beds as your kid grows.
 
One more reason why buying a convertible crib for your child may not be a good decision is that it may cost you more up front. If you don't have the money to spend for your first baby then perhaps a standard crib is a smart choice. But if you do have a little bit extra, putting it into a convertible crib is sensible simply because later on it will save you from having to buy your little one any more beds in the future. Take into consideration what type of beds the crib changes into when getting one. There are convertible baby cribs that morph into merely a toddler bed or go all he way to a full-size bed, so when choosing, choose properly.
 
Now if you have a smaller home and plan to have some more children, then you may consider a standard crib and then later on buying a bunk bed that two youngsters can share in one room. Additionally, convertible cribs are a bit larger in contrast to a typical crib, so it may be a bit too big if your child's nursery is rather modest. Yet another, feasible reason not to choose a convertible is if you are the kind of person who prefers to alter bedroom decors often. If you get a baby crib that converts into larger beds along the way you'll be stuck using the exact same style of bed all throughout your kid's lifetime, so you won't be able to totally change up the room decor throughout the years. The good thing regarding that is that you'll save money that way, by not having to buy absolutely different furnishings and accessories. So as you can see, there are clear pros and cons to these sorts of baby cribs.
 
So, to answer the question is it smart to buy convertible baby cribs...the answer is yes and no. It depends on your needs and desires. If you would like a baby crib that can transpose into a toddler bed and full size bed to save you money throughout the years and give your child a forever familiar sleep space then go for it and get a convertible crib. If you want some variety or plan to have one more baby who will need the crib then maybe a regular crib is a wiser choice. One way or another...it's up to you!
 
 
 
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This article was published on 2012/09/10