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    Are there safety standards or regulations for baby cribs?

    Strict standards and regulations for baby cribs are established and enforced by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). For baby cribs, CPSC standards are designed to prevent potential hazards, particularly the possibility of a baby being trapped or suffocating. Therefore, the CPSC carefully regulates various aspects of crib design, including how much space is between slats, the snugness of the mattress, and the durability and security of hardware components. Manufacturers and retailers are required by law to meet CPSC standards to ensure the safety of infants. Caregivers must be aware of these standards when buying baby cribs.

    How can I ensure my crib meets current safety standards?

    Look for a certification seal from an organization with a good reputation to ensure a crib complies with established safety standards. Regularly inspect your baby's crib for signs of wear, damage, loose parts, or anything that sticks out or could pose risks. It also helps to stay updated on bulletins or recalls issued by the CPSC regarding baby cribs. Before choosing a crib, research, read customer reviews, and identify any potential safety concerns of a given model. Finally, always read the manufacturer's instructions carefully during assembly.

    When should I transition my baby from a crib to a toddler bed?

    Most babies transition from cribs to toddler beds between 18 and 36 months of age. The decision to do so depends on specific development and behavioral factors. For instance, many parents move their child to a toddler bed when they reach a height of 35 inches. Additionally, if a child is regularly trying to get out of the crib, that's a good indication that it's time to transition to a toddler bed. Regardless of when a baby goes from a crib to a bed, it's crucial to ensure the child's safety by introducing guardrails and childproofing the room to prevent accidents and provide a smooth transition.
    Picking out a crib is likely at the top of your to-do list when planning for your little one. There are many styles to choose from, and it can feel daunting to find the right option that will set your newborn up for a restful night’s sleep.

    Choosing a crib doesn’t need to be a stressful process. Our easy-to-follow guide will help you determine what crib is right for you and your baby.

    Read the full guide