Published at Saturday, 05 May 2018. crib. By Agata Sundberg.
When we were babies chances are that most of us rested our wee little heads in a traditional rectangular baby crib and by some miracle of life, we lived to tell about it, right! Well chances are that when we were kids, we sat in the front seat of the car as much as we could, and daddy’s hand reaching over to hold us back at an abrupt stop, was the only seatbelt that we used too. Today there is no way we would put our children in any danger not to mention that kind of danger. It’s actually not that rectangular baby cribs are some kind of death trap. It’s just that Round-Baby-Cribs are safer and companies like Little Miss Liberty take safety and the welfare of our children a step further.
This crib is a modern beauty and will add contemporary flair to any nursery with its gorgeous style and chic finishes. It’s also designed to remain looking stylish when used in later years in a toddler and teen’s room. This crib converts to a toddler bed and full-size bed. For the full-size conversion you can use the crib’s head/footboard on full size rails. The rails are generally sold separately.
The thing with babies is that since they are only in their early stages of life, they are most vulnerable to the things in their environment. They have a relatively weaker and less resilient immune system and so they can catch any disease quite easily. What’s more is that what seems harmless to us adults will be enough to cause some abnormality and sickness to infants. Babies are "humans in construction" because they are still developmentally incomplete. Therefore, parents must do everything in their power to make sure that their baby’s development is unhampered and unaffected by harmful external stimuli and factors. But it is a very well known fact that parents cannot protect their babies from everything, especially from those things that cannot be seen, like chemicals and fumes.
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