I know it’s still kind of early to buy babies cribs with all those months still before me. But then again, who can stop an excited mom to be? So, I’m using my time in looking around for the ideal one.
And since it is my first time to buy babies cribs, I kind of learnt a thing or two that I plan on sharing with you, fellows. These may just be a couple of buying tips, but I do believe that it’s going to be useful for everyone.
Isn’t it nice the central authority have already set safety suggestions in purchasing babies cribs? With this on hand, we can easily pick from the loads of designs and styles available in shops. Your local baby store could fill you in with this, though.
Style and Design
Personally, I liked an antique crib I saw in a shop a few weeks ago. It just looked so vintage, my old soul shook in excitement. It did not meet the safety standards, though , failing by having headboard and footboard design cutouts. I didn’t purchase it, naturally, that’s why I’m still on the hunt for that pretty crib. And you must, too. Our babies’ safety should always come first, right?
Rumor is that with the new safety standards on the way, makers may not be making any brand new drop-side cribs. So don’t go running out to buy those drop-side cribs you have been eyeing before they get pulled out yet. Sticking with the drop-gate cribs or those with folding sides will be the best chance for everyone.
Where to Buy?
I know some might be truly busy to hunt for babies cribs. But with our modern technology, it is not that tough to buy may you be in any part of the world. There are a giant number of baby superstores with a wide variety of decisions. Or you can also purchase online, just pay more notice to the details and specifics if they match the safety standards.