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Fisher-Price Convertible Crib

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When Mister and Sister were baby’s, we had them room in with us until they were three months old.  That was about the time they started sleeping through the night consistently.  As we were looking toward moving Little Miss into her own room at night, I learned that the drop side crib we had in her room was actually under recall!  Say, what?  Needless to say, I was overjoyed when I received an opportunity to review one of the new Fisher-Price Convertible Cribs, which are available at!

The new Fisher-Price Convertible Cribs is versatile and sturdy, not to mention absolutely beautiful.  It transitions to a toddler bed and daybed, and with several styles/colors available, there is sure to be one that is perfect for your nursery!

We received the Fisher-Price Kingsport Crib in Espresso and fell in love with it!  It has the “Right Height” feature, which is an adjustable height crib with a fixed side rail.  The adjustable height allows you to adjust the height of their crib for easier access to baby. No more one size fits all! With my 5’4.5” stature, that is awesome!!!  Hubs made short work of assembling the crib, and he had a little help from Sister.

Fisher-Price Crib Assembly

He initially assembled it without the height adjusters on it, since I am shorter, but I ended up asking him to add them to it.  I’d rather reach a little farther than have to stoop to pick her up.  As you can see, the Fisher-Price Convertible Crib is gorgeous, and the espresso colored wood nicely compliments our nursery décor.   It is handcrafted of New Zealand pine, is available in Snow White or Espresso, and has a 3-position adjustable mattress platform.

Fisher-Price Crib Assembled

Little Miss has consented to nap in the crib, but for whatever reason will not sleep in it at night.  Apparently naptime sleep and nighttime sleep are controlled by different parts of the brain.  Huh, who knew.

Fisher-Price Crib In Use

This crib will convert to a toddler bed, a daybed, and/or a full size bed with headboard or headboard and footboard.  As a crib, it has a 50lb weight limit.  An optional guardrail is sold separately, to keep those mobile toddlers safer.

I am simply thrilled with our new crib and am ecstatic that it meets or exceeds US safety standards, is JPMA certified, and meets all ASTM and CPSC safety standards.




The all new Fisher-Price Convertible Cribs are available at and range from $119.98 to $249, making them affordable in nearly any budget!

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About Virginia

Hi there! My name is Virginia, and I am the author/owner of That Bald Chick. I am a Christian, wife, mother of three, full time homemaker, homeschooler, and ministry volunteer in addition to being a blogger. In my free time *cough* I enjoy reading, writing, taking walks with my family, and listening to music.