Berenice asked our WonderBaby.
My 2 year old has become an escape artist! She is climbing out of her crib at night and wondering around the house.
Does anyone have any info on cribs with high railings? Just wondering if anyone out there has suggestions or knows of other options.
Here was my response: We are so happy with it! The SleepSafe Bed is really expensive, but we got it paid for through our insurance. I know other parents who have just created a sort of designated sleep area. Those are good options if this is something that will be temporary and once she grows out of the climbing and wondering you can go back to a normal toddler bed.
And some advice from other parents: It was affixed to the crib rails and bars with plastic zip ties. We did this as a way to be able to still pass along the crib without the permanent modification, and because it was our hope that a traditional twin bed would really work out.
We affixed the pipe assembly only on three sides of the crib, as the back was against a wall. Eleanor had previously jumped out of the crib, but was very successfully kept safe by the new higher rails.
I like the idea of transitioning the child to a futon or mattress on the floor, and would suggest this if you think it would be a possibility for your child. It makes travel and visiting much easier, it is a less expensive and better long term solution for lots of kids.
If you think a bed with high rails as a longer term solution is in order, I , too, vote for the SleepSafe bed.
The recommendation that we make takes all of these considerations into account. I liked the fact that there was a little shelf at the bottom of the crib, where I kept things like Infacol and other bits for night feeds which was really handy!
As Amber noted, it is comfortable, easy to use, safe and best acquired through insurance. She is still in our room because of her not sleeping through the night. I have a big house and she goes everywhere.
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