Mid Century Modern Crib – When they are just out of their mother’s tummy, babies need to feel content and “tight” like when they were inside. Therefore, during the first months, the bassinet or cot is usually the best option for them to sleep. But, from the third or fourth month, when they are bigger and need more space, the cradle is ideal. With cradles, this cradle is the classic option for the baby’s room and that he will use until about 2 years (or before) when he goes to a bed. Some models come with the option of two levels, to place the mattress higher when the baby is smaller.
These mid century modern crib have the option of removable rails for future use as beds. In addition to space area for the baby to sleep, the functional cribs have drawers and/or shelves at one end that are also removable, so that they can be using when the crib is convert into a bed and some include a removable changer above the storage. The good thing about these cribs is that you do not need to buy a bed when the child needs it, although they are usually more expensive than classic and simple cribs. In these cases, they can also count on two levels to raise the mattress in the first months of the baby.
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These mid century modern crib are very useful to move from one place to another and have a comfortable and safe space where the baby can sleep or play. They are foldable, light and stored tend to occupy very little space. Although not the classic wooden cradle and bars for the baby’s room, it is an excellent choice for travel or for when the baby stays in the grandparents’ house. They are cribs of only three sides that are coupled and adapted to the height of the bed so that the baby is lying next to its parents but in a space of its own.