Crib on Wheels: I Wish I Had This Sooner!

cribs Mar 21, 2017

The Alma Papa Crib comes with a low toxic Coco-mat mattress

Already an owner of two cribs for my two girls, I reluctantly decided to buy a third crib and thought, wouldn't it be great to have a crib on wheels that would be thin enough to fit through doorways? Living in small NYC spaces, I'm constantly on the search for multi-functional, flexible things to minimize our stuff. So I was thrilled to discover the Alma Papa Crib! Not only is it beautiful, but it's slim enough to fit through doorways and its detachable wheels make it easy to roll from room to room. Furthermore, the organic Coco-mat crib mattress meets my low-toxic requirement!

The Alma Papa crib

The Alma Papa crib is an upgraded version of the Alma crib. This beautiful, solid wood crib is suitable from newborn to 4 years and has 2 mattress heights to allow it to be used as a co-sleeper (bassinet) or full-size crib.  The Alma Papa also has that fabulous compact fold for easy storage and transport just like the original Alma.  And the best part – when your baby is old enough for a big kid bed, the crib converts to toddler bed (with the bed rail sold separately).

Alma Papa Crib folds compactly to store efficiently          The Alma Papa becomes a toddler bed that is suitable for 4-year-olds

 

Features of the Alma Papa Crib:

• Beautiful, modern solid wood crib with stainless steel detailing

• 2 mattress heights allow use as co-sleeper/bassinet & full-size crib

• Patented compact-fold construction for easy storage & transport (durable storage bag available separately)

• Open slats on all four sides maximize all-important air-flow

• 4 lockable castors for room-to-room mobility

• Low voc baby safe finishes. mdf-free, formaldehyde-free

A few online retailers sell them. I got mine at Giggle.

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