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With all the innovations that are happening to every stuff we see like big computers suddenly turned into small iPads and the walkman turned into really small MP3 players, it's not surprising to see that even the crib has its share of innovation. The traditional crib we used to know so well now have a convertible version.Convertible cribs are not very hard to understand. It's a lot like the regular baby crib, except that it can be turned into a toddler bed, a day bed and a full- size bed.There are two basic types of convertible cribs. There's the 2 in 1 type that can be turned into a toddler bed and a day bed, and there's the 3 in 1 or 4 in 1 that can be turned into toddler bed, day bed and full- size double bed-basically the complete package.
People have different opinions on whether buying a convertible crib is worth it. A lot of people seem to have an issue with the price. Since buying a convertible crib is like buying three furnitures in one, the price is a bit higher than a regular baby crib. There's also the question of whether you'd even get to use the crib until your baby turns into a teenager. Teenagers have the need to make their own decision, especially when it comes to how their room looks. What's cute today may not be very appealing for your teenage daughter, and a change in furniture may be needed in the future.In order to determine if buying a convertible crib is the best choice for you, ask yourselves these questions:
• Am I willing to stick with the furniture for the years to come? Don't I easily get bored with how my furniture looks? • Do I plan to buy another crib in case a new baby comes along? Or do I want to have a crib that could serve as an heirloom? • Am I willing to pay extra to have furniture that I could possibly get bored with? Answering these questions will help you decide if a convertible crib is the best Best Baby Cribs option for you and for your baby. Just think about it carefully and I'm sure you'd be able to make the best decision for you.