Nursery at my parent's house

Now being a mom myself, I quickly have realized that while I loved getting to have a sleepover at grandmothers, it was actually a way for my parents to have a night off. So keeping in the same tradition it was time to build a nursery at my parents house! This nursery was going to be different than the one at our house as we needed it to be more gender neutral so all our future kiddos would love it. The two toned classic design is one that will last for many years to come! This 3-in-1 crib is convertible and is built from solid, sturdy, grade-A hardwood. Designed with stationary sides there are no moving parts for safety. After our nursery needs have been met, this crib transitions into a tot bed, and a daybed that becomes a casual napping spot for any room in the house! These three modes allow this crib to convert and grow with all of our (future) kiddos... 

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