Published at Sunday, April 25th 2021, 22:30:08 PM. Cribs. By Leclerc Charpentier.
It may seem like a long way off now, but it won't be long before your baby becomes a toddler and needs to move out of the crib into a bed. Will you be having another baby to take over the crib? If not, consider a convertible crib that will grow with your child.
A round crib can be placed at the center of the room and hence effectively does away with the boring dull corners. This gives your kid an airy and spacious setting, while leaving the walls and the corner space open for shelving and storage options.
A round crib in the middle of a room also allows parents an access to the kids from all sides, inside of limiting it juts to two or three sides. Traditionally round cribs are also considered a lot safer than the rectangular cribs as the absence of edges allows the little ones inside to toss around and attempt standing as much as possible without hurting themselves. Of course, there will always be those who will argue that kids constantly manage to find interesting new ways of banging into stuff! But the lack of sharp edges and corners sure helps reduce any risk of concussions.
If you have a small baby nursery to work with, you may want to consider a mini crib or a corner crib instead of a regular rectangular one. Both of these options save a considerable amount of space. On the other hand, if you have a large nursery room, a round crib placed in the center can be more interesting than a standard crib against the wall.