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I am trying to find a crib that will AT LEAST convert to a toddler or daybed from a company that hasn't had a million recalls (Simplicity/Graco, Delta, etc). I really like Storkcraft but they seem high. I don't really feel comfortable paying over $150 for something that isn't going to be in use for many years. The one that I did find and like isn't in stock at Wal-mart or Target, but it is in stock in other finishes, which I find quite ugly. Should I just be willing to pay more or are there other brands out there that are good and safe?
Its hard to find a good crib for a good price.Baby furnishings are ridiculous!My mom couldn't believe how expensive things have become.I have a stockcraft and I love it.I would invest in a crib that isnt too outragous, that converts into a toddler bed, then when the baby out grows it, you could sell it to a consignment shop, or resell it yourself. That way after you use it, you could at least be able to get something back from it.