The STUVA crib. This crib adjusts to three depths; the higher level is good for infants, the middle depth is good for bigger babies who are starting to climb, and the lower level (the one side removed) is good for toddler's first big kid bed.
DIY Co-sleeper: Buya regular assembly-required crib and leave one side off. The crib is securely attached to the bed frame with nylon straps. Might be good- but by the time the baby is ready for a crib, I want them in their own room
After three days of headaches I'm crossing my fingers for a better day today! Probably shouldn't spend hours late into the night squinting at my phone on social media. may not be helping UPDATE: for those who were wondering the bunk is an ikea kura fra