B born 7/15/13, C born 3/2/15, #3 on the way May '17
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We got the Ikea Sniglar. It's very sturdy and only $70! One sided does come off for toddlers, but we're just going to go from the crib to a twin-size mattress so that feature is unnecessary. I couldn't handle the idea of spending hundreds of dollars on something that only lasts 2-3 years.All new cribs are made to the same safety standard, so it doesn't really matter what you get. Go by your taste and budget.
We got a 4-in-1 crib - crib/toddler bed/day bed/full frame. Who knows if it will last that long, but it's good quality and I feel was a good investment.
I would definitely go for this! My husband I and are getting one of these convertible 4 in 1 beds. True that you don't know how long it will last, however, it seems to save a lot of $$ in the long run. Personally, I like the darker colors. I think their a little more mature so if we do keep the set thru the kids teenage years, he won't grow out of it.
They can run anywhere from 200-600$$ and normally have good quality matching furniture. Just make sure if you go with this option you can find the conversion kit as well!