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Crib mattresses are light no matter what material they're made of, I think our coil one weighed a whopping 7 pounds, I was allowed to haul that thing around even while on modified bed rest.
coraggiosa:I followed Baby Bargains' recommendation and registered for a foam mattress.nbsp;
staceymack:I asked the same question a few weeks ago. Some were happy with their coil mattress and some happy with their foam mattress. There were a few posts from those that have foam saying it was still sturdy after two or so years of use. So, I went based on the replies and baby bargains and bought the Sealy soybean foam mattress. We got a great price and free shipping from amazon. http://www.amazon.com/Sealy-Soybean-Foam-Core-Crib-Mattress/dp/B001N4LE5M
This is what we plan to get based on Baby Bargains recommendations. We haven't bought it yet though. We registered for it so I plan to get it after the shower assuming nobody gets it for us.
coraggiosa:I followed Baby Bargains' recommendation and registered for a foam mattress.
baby bargains supports both equally. Foam can be cheaper. Best guidelines is to look for one that has waterproof lining to avoid any potential mold mildew or bacteria growth.