Baby Cribs. Saturday , November 04th , 2017 - 08:01:17 AM
That makes the additional expense of this type of baby crib well worth it, and even minimizes its environmental impact. After all, every piece of furniture you don`t have to buy is a set of resources you don`t have to be responsible for using. In the long run, this kind of investment will save you money and reduce your environmental footprint. That, and the kind of quality craftsmanship that goes into these beds make them worth the cost.
While there`s no such thing as an organic certification for furniture, there are cribs made according to the same kinds of philosophy that backs the organic food movement - no toxins, solid natural ingredients, and care for the earth in production. Solid wood baby cribs made with a minimum of environmental damage and featuring low VOC (volatile organic chemical) finishes are an important way to keep your child healthy, throughout his or her life. Plus, many of these cribs grow along with your child, converting first to a day bed, then to a full sized bed.
To have casters or not to have casters that is the question! Now casters can make life easier for parents with moving the crib around the house or room to room as needed but cribs on casters can easily be tipped or pushed over. It is a safer option to go without casters. When it comes to your babies crib bedding it is best to go for a firm mattress and minimal bedding and items in the crib. Keep away from using things such as bumpers and cushions in the crib as these could potentially cause suffocation.
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