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Cast Your Vote:

    • 1 - Lauren -- Votes: 8
    • 2 - Emily -- Votes: 12
    • 3 - Kalani -- Votes: 32
Crib *poll* Peter Pan Due February 18; Japan 884 posts
2nd Sep '13

Which crib do you prefer? If you have any of these 3, tell me what you like and dont like about it.



1. Graco Lauren
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DaVinci Emily



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DaVinci Kalani



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Just Emily :) 2 kids; Casa grande, Az, United States 9154 posts
status 2nd Sep '13

I love the last two.

A, E & W's mommy 4 kids; 1 angel baby; Bulgaria 16124 posts
2nd Sep '13

I bought the Lauren and wanted it for the simple lines, but it felt really cheaply made and not too sturdy. But we did have it for a while and it never broke, my kids are really easy on cribs though

Yurvette [♥] 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Hyrule Castle, LZ, San Marino 36527 posts
status 2nd Sep '13

My son had a cross between the last two.

[♥]Mrs. Taylor 18 kids; Texas 12250 posts
2nd Sep '13

Love the last one, the first one looks too cheaply made.

MyLittleOnes 2 kids; WI, WI, United States 859 posts
2nd Sep '13

My son has the Lauren. It's simple, I think its good for a boy. We have had to take it apart twice because of moving and it's still sturdy and in good shape.

ℐαzmчn 2 kids; Somerset, Kentucky 12712 posts
2nd Sep '13

I like straight edges so I voted for the Graco. Plus we had it with DD and LOVED it! :)

Ronnie RadKat 4 kids; Arizona 22162 posts
2nd Sep '13

2 or 3 (10 characters)

Donna Jo Tanner 1 child; Beach Haven, New Jersey 6440 posts
2nd Sep '13

I have number one for ds. I've had it a while now (he's two and still sleeps in it).
It's pretty sturdy, I like the simple lines too. I think number two looks cheap and just ok. So if go with #3 if I couldnt have #1.

1stTimeBabyMaker 1 child; California 4491 posts
2nd Sep '13

I have #3 and omg I love it! It's so sturdy and the instructions are so easy to follow. And I love the fact that it converts it'll be a great bed for my girl throughout her childhood(: I even found it on amazon for a great price and the slats are close enough together that I don't have to worry about little hands, arms or feet getting stuck(:

Ladee+Grant+Lilly 2 kids; Tallahassee, FL, United States 20614 posts
2nd Sep '13

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Graco-Freeport-4-in1-Convertible-Crib-Your-Choice-Finish-and-Kolcraft-Mattress-Set/23133662



This is mine, the Freeport. It most closely resembles the first one you posted so I chose that one.

1stTimeBabyMaker 1 child; California 4491 posts
2nd Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting 1stTimeBabyMaker:</b>" I have #3 and omg I love it! It's so sturdy and the instructions are so easy to follow. And I love the ... [snip!] ... great price and the slats are close enough together that I don't have to worry about little hands, arms or feet getting stuck(:"</blockquote>




There's also a good amount of storage under the crib of you have any of those shallow tubs

Peter Pan Due February 18; Japan 884 posts
2nd Sep '13

Thanks ladies! I like the darker color and price of #1 but the designs of #2 & #3.

1stTimeBabyMaker 1 child; California 4491 posts
2nd Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Breezy B:</b>" Thanks ladies! I like the darker color and price of #1 but the designs of #2 & #3."</blockquote>



Check amazon they always have great deals(:

Peter Pan Due February 18; Japan 884 posts
2nd Sep '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting 1stTimeBabyMaker:</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting 1stTimeBabyMaker:</b>" I have #3 and omg I love it! It's so ... [snip!] ... stuck(:"</blockquote> There's also a good amount of storage under the crib of you have any of those shallow tubs"</blockquote>



Thats a good idea. The baby's room will be the same as our guest room so space is limited. We've got a queen bed and some other furniture in there that we are keeping so trying to figure out how to maximize on minimum.