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Investing in a good crib for your little one knowing they鈥檒l outgrow it in a few years can be hard. With the average cost of a decent crib running at least $150+, figuring out what to buy is no small decision. Thankfully, nursery and children鈥檚 line Stone & Leigh promises a solution to this every-parent鈥檚 predicament. Rather than having you buy three different types of beds as your child ages, they offer an alternative 鈥 a convertible crib that actually grows *with* your little one. Basically, getting your baby one of Stone & Leigh鈥檚 convertible cribs means you won鈥檛 need to buy them another bed for 18 years (for reals!).

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Each crib has three conversion stages 鈥 nursery, tween and teen 鈥 which ensures the furniture will last throughout childhood *and* teenage years. The cribs, all priced at $699, are a part of five furniture collections: Clementine Court, Smiling Hill, Teaberry Lane, Chelsea Square and Driftwood Park. Those collections come in 10 finishes, including spoon (a gray finish), frosting (a cream finish) and midnight cherry (a cherry finish). If their innovative convertibility and wide selection weren鈥檛 cool enough, the cribs are certified to meet the highest standards in indoor air quality and tip-over prevention. It鈥檚 tough raising a kid, so why not give yourself peace of mind knowing their furniture is safe? Now that we鈥檝e piqued your interest, head on over to Stone & Leigh to check out their convertible cribs and聽other whimsical nursery decor!

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