Published at Saturday, March 10th, 2018 - 12:15:21 PM. . By Vera Holden.
These are versatile and comfortable items of furniture that will expand and change as your child grows and their requirements change - even to the point when they are ready to leave home. Whereas to begin with, for the first couple of years you need a child bed that protects the child from falling and also prevents him from getting out by himself and wandering about, later these requirements will change. When a child becomes a toddler, and is able to get out of his or her crib it can be dangerous not to move them into a toddlers bed because there is the apprehension of the child getting hurt as he or she tries to get out. Also as a child gets potty trained he or she should be able to get out of bed by himself or herself in order to use the bathroom in the middle of the night.
Annie crib - has a subtle echo of a sleigh crib but with a more open and airy slat design. A very beautiful feature is the bowed, solid wood slats on the headboard and footboard. There are four finishes available; white, antique white, coffee and natural. Vanessa crib - this looks more like a traditional sleigh bed than does the Annie. Its styling is that of a substantial, solid wood headboard and footboard, both of which are slightly curved and feature inlaid molding. Finished in either: antique white, white, coffee or mahogany.
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