The Best Cribs Should Offer Versatility

Our opinion of the ‘best cribs’ highly depends on needs, personal preference, tastes and standards; what you think may be the best product is quite the opposite for another. Despite everyone’s personal opinion of products, you can’t deny that we all look for a quality product at an affordable or considerable price. When it comes to cribs, a basic feature or factor that has to be seriously considered is the versatility.

Versatility of the Best Cribs

Unlike before, convertible cribs are not the norm; they are more than able to accommodate wider range of age by converting to whatever is ideal. The convertible crib begins as any basic crib for infants; these cribs will always feature adjustable height for the mattress so you’ll begin at the highest possible setting and gradually lower the mattress support as the baby grows. The setting allows parents to reach into the crib with relative ease whenever they’re handling newborns; they can’t climb or fall out thanks to the setting. A year after adjusting the crib in the highest setting, or maybe when the child is already two years old, you the crib can be adjusted again to a toddler bed.

At the time that you think the child is prepared for a bed, around four years old, you can convert it to a full bed; the partial rail can be removed. A convertible crib is practical since it you’re saved from purchasing numerous beds for the growing toddler; the bed transition is also easier for the child because the bed is basically the same so there’s no actual adjustment needed. Just a piece of advice, beware of the cribs that state a 7-in-1 or 6-in-1 conversions because they basically do the same as the 4-in-1 cribs. Just go for the ones that offer the basic conversions; crib, daybed, toddler bed and a twin bed.