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Sorelle Cape Cod Crib and Changer with Toddler Rail

Pros: Features ample safety features, rugged design, and 4-in-1 convertibility. Earns our top marks for its attached dresser/diaper changer that can be converted into a nightstand when baby outgrows the crib.

Cons: A pricey investment, but parents who love the added features don't mind the cost.

Summary: Versatility, quality construction, and beauty are the reasons we give the Sorelle Cape Cod baby crib our top marks.
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Serta Hanover Fixed-Side Convertible Crib

Pros: Well-made crib by a trusted name in the industry. 4-in-1 convertibility add value and convenience to this beautiful piece of furniture.

Cons: Will only work for parents who want a crib with a cherry finish, because that is the only color available.

Summary: A durable option that is ideal for consumers who prefer a cherry finish. Otherwise, the Sorelle Cape Cod is a more versatile choice.
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babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib

Pros: A well-made convertible baby crib that stands out for being JPMA-certified to ensure baby's safety. We love that the mattress has 4 easy adjustment settings for versatility as baby grows.

Cons: Construction that includes a metal bar prevents parents from using a traditional crib skirt with this model.

Summary: A safe and sturdy crib at a mid-range price. A good choice for parents who don't need a crib that converts to a bed.
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Graco Stanton Convertible Crib

Pros: Stands out for its 4-in-1 design. Will provide a comfortable bed for baby into the toddler years as it converts from crib to bed. Also has a headboard feature.

Cons: The black model sometimes has the appearance of an uneven finish.

Summary: A durable and flexible design that rivals more costly models. Our top pick for parents on a budget.
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DaVinci Jenny Lind 3-in-1 Convertible Crib

Pros: A 3-in-1 convertible crib. Basic design that is reminiscent of old-fashioned cribs. Available in six colors.

Cons: Mattress frame has the tendency to sag, and some testers noticed that the paint has the tendency to chip.

Summary: Though it comes at a lower price point, we recommend the Graco for its quality and value.