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It is very simple to convert a crib to a toddlers bed. You just need to remove the side railings by folding them under the bed. It would be automatically converted to a bed that a toddler can use please might you rate me or vote for me

Baby Gear | Answered on May 09, 2019

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Toddler bed safety


Many parents worry about their toddlers safety when transitioning them to a toddler bed. I would like to give you a few tips that will help ensure your childs safety while putting your minds at ease.


Choose a bed that is low to the ground - this will not only make it easier for your child to get in and out of bed, but help minimize the risk of injury

Install adjustable guardrails

Carefully select bed location - keep your childs toddler bed away from hazards such as windows, doors, radiators and blind cords

Ensure the bed is sturdy

Consider placing something soft around the perimeter of the bed such as a quilt or a rug to cushion a potential fall

Do not place the bed against a wall, your child could get trapped between the bed and wall; place the headboard against a wall and leave the other side free (with a guardrail)

Wait until your child is at least 2 until you give them a pillow for their bed to avoid risk of suffocation


In case you wanted to know more about guardrails I have found a great article that explains why to use them and how to use them safely - http://www.parentingtoddlers.com/toddlerbedrails.html

on May 09, 2019 | Baby Gear


Hi, I've also got twins and I didn't find any great space saving solutions when I moved my boys to beds from their cribs. I did go with toddler beds rather than full beds with a rail as it saved a lot of space and also wasn't such a hard transition for them. I put their beds next to each other and used a double blanket rather than singles so that they felt closer to each other. Good Luck!

Baby Gear | Answered on May 09, 2019


No, twin bedding will not fit; however crib bedding will.

Baby Gear | Answered on May 09, 2019


Cut all to grund level and remove all debris. then use an herbicide that is nonselective. if you have a lot you may need repeated herbicide treatments.

Baby Gear | Answered on May 03, 2019


hardware store, home depot etc etc. its a dowel not a rocket part

Baby Gear | Answered on Apr 20, 2019


CALL THE NUMBER LISTED ON THE PACKAGE OR THE PLACE YOU BOUGHT IT FROM

Baby Gear | Answered on Apr 13, 2019


Most pieces of furniture you buy for your child will be an investment and buying a high chair is no exception. There are several aspects you need to consider: look for a durable plastic frame, a seat cover made of vinyl (or another similar material), and lastly an adjustable plastic tray.

Baby Gear | Answered on Apr 11, 2019


ASK Google AS WE HAVE NEVER SEEN ONE PERSONALLY

Baby Gear | Answered on Apr 11, 2019


For most of the toddler beds, the weight limit is around 50 pounds which means that the bed will eventually be useless due to the natural development of your kid.

Baby Gear | Answered on Apr 05, 2019

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