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Repurposing Old Crib Mattress

Have the babies outgrown their crib mattress? Are they set on sleeping in their transition beds? Don’t throw the crib mattress away just yet. If there’s no one next in line to use it, keep the crib mattress and start on a new project of repurposing this. Now that spring is almost here, a nice swing in the backyard will keep kids busy relishing in the outdoors, and their old crib mattress would be perfect to use for this.

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Stork Craft Soom Soom Toddler Bed

A sleigh designed toddler bed, this can be first used as a transition bed from the crib. The railings make it possible for younger children to feel comfortable in it, before finally growing into their own big bed.

Great looking sleigh design toddler bed Uses standard crib mattress Easy to assemble Made of solid wood and wood products Comes with guard rail/safety rail, accommodates up to 50 pounds
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Lifekind's The Maton

The Maton is a futon made from natural rubber core. It doesn’t become worn out rather quickly unlike regular padded futons, because this one is made of higher foam quality with Talalay 100% natural rubber core, a very common mattress raw material today.

Travel N Trundle Bed

Travel N Trundle Bed

The Travel N Trundle bed is a practical thing to own, particularly for families traveling with kids this summer. For overnight stays or camping, when trying to keep the vacation budget in check, the Travel N Trundle is a useful companion. Assembly is easy and transport is also not a nuisance.

Sure and Secure Double Bed Rail

Sure and Secure Double Bed Rail

If you’re planning to transition your little one from the crib to his or her own bed, bed railings are a necessity.

Choose one that fits onto the mattress, for a secure fit. And make sure that its mechanism is kid-friendly but sturdy.

This bed rail from Summer Infant conveniently folds down when not it use. The rails are made of mesh, too so it allows air to freely flow and your kids won’t feel claustrophobic.