By Lorendo Rafaela. Cribs. At Thursday, April 08th 2021, 15:15:47 PM.
As an adult with experience in a situation like this, I can tell you that the next project is totally worth your efforts. What experience? Crawling in the crib myself to sooth a young crying lad of two. I don’t know what was worse; A.) The idea of climbing in, B.) The act of climbing in, C.) The fear of getting stuck, or D.) The fear of the crib collapsing… which would leave my sister-in-law bereft of the opportunity to complete this project come ten years down the road.
Take an honest look at how much space you have and prioritize what items have to go in the nursery and what can go in another room in the house. The crib and a few other necessities will need to go in your little one’s room, but think outside the box for the rest. Consider putting toys in the living room, for example.
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.