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Troll crib, stand-alone. Photo from mammapappalam.se
Troll crib, stand-alone. Photo from mammapappalam.se

Crib adjacent to adult bed. Photo from mammapappalam.se
Crib adjacent to adult bed. Photo from mammapappalam.se

Crib. Photo from mammapappalam.se
Crib. Photo from mammapappalam.se

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Crib

“Bedside crib” that can be placed next to adult beds – suitable for parents with disabilities who have young children

Description
The crib can be adjusted to the proper height to fit an adult bed. By folding down one side the crib can be placed next to an adult bed. The crib can also stand separately in the room.

Model: Troll bedside crib

Authors comments
The bed can be used as a completely separate space-saving crib for a newborn by folding down one long side of the bed and using it as an “extension” of the parent’s bed. Nice not to have to get up at night and have the baby close at hand when it’s time for feeding and diaper changing. For diaper changing, I’ve had a small basket with the essentials next to the bed and changed the baby on the bed on a disposable changing pad that can be thrown away if an accident should occur. Works great until the baby needs a bed with higher sides. The bed also has wheels so you can move it around with you.

Purchased from
Outlets for baby equipment or used online.

Idea
The user

Paid for by
The user

Editors comments
See also the German crib Babybay! It is available at several Swedish retailers.
This tip is from /mammapappalam.se/

Tip is dated from 2016

Categories for this tip
assisting others/childcare » baby carriage/cribs, Tips and tricks from people with High paraplegia with impaired balance (Th 2-10, ASIA A, B).

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