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Whether you are conserving space, or are a hosting grandma, our portable cribs offer the perfect space saving solution.

Dream On Me 3 Portable Crib Mattress, White

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  • Play yards are popular for a number of reasons. Some parents opt for one from the very beginning and never buy a traditional crib. Others may use a traditional crib in the nursery, but keep a portable crib elsewhere in the home for naps, diaper changes or a safe place to put their increasingly mobile babies. Grandparents, sitters, or other occasional caregivers often use portable cribs as a cheaper -- and smaller alternative to a traditional crib. Portable cribs are also good for infrequent travel. "Infrequent" is the key word here, though -- at roughly 20 to 30 pounds, most of these play yards are still quite heavy. And while they do fold into their own carrying cases, setting up and taking down play yards can be cumbersome and time-consuming.

    A couple other cons to be aware of: Just like a mini crib, babies and toddlers will outgrow portable cribs faster than standard cribs. And parents are often unimpressed with the hard, thin sleeping pads that come with these play yards, saying they just don't seem comfortable for more than occasional use.

  • The main downside of travel cribs is that they can be quite pricey, especially if you won't often use them. The best models top $200 -- as much as many parents pay for a traditional crib -- and that doesn't include special sheets made to fit their mattresses or sleeping pads. And, as with all portable cribs, parents sometimes grouse that their kids may outgrow travel cribs quickly or that the mattress doesn't seem comfortable.

    All new mini cribs meet strict . That includes a ban on drop sides, improved slat strength, and stronger hardware and mattress supports. Portable cribs and travel cribs are subject to a different set of standards . As with any baby product, parents should be vigilant about checking for recalls, particularly when using older, secondhand products. About 10,000 Dream on Me Incredible Play Yard units because their rails were prone to collapse. And about 200,000 popular tent-like travel cribs, the KidCo PeaPod and the PeaPod Plus, after the suffocation death of a baby.

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    When traveling or taking a trip to visit family having a portable crib is very handy. Unless you are home there is always a question about where your child may sleep or take a nap. By investing in a portable crib, your child will always have a convenient place to rest when the time comes. These portable cribs fold up into a compact case making it easy to transport. They are quick to set up and ready to use in minutes. The following portable cribs are great selections for keeping your child safe and comfortable while resting.

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There are two styles of portable cribs you can use at home: portable travel cribs and standard portable cribs. Both styles of are easy and safe to move from room to room in your home so you can keep your baby safe and close, no matter where you are in your home. Keeping your baby close to you in a during the night and daytime naps can also help reduce the risk of SIDs since your baby will be close enough for you to hear if anything goes wrong.