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Where To Buy Baby Crib
- An infant bed (commonly referred to as a cot in British English and a crib (or far less commonly as a cradle or stock) in American English) is a small bed specifically for infants and very young children, generally up to 3 years old.
- A small bed with high, usually slatted sides made for ensuring the baby won’t climb or fall out. Baby cribs may be simple, or they may have features such as built-in soothing music, varying speed vibrations, and a mobile or toys hanging overhead.
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Badger Basket Oval Doll Bassinet With Canopy And Pink Gingham Bedding - Pink/White
Features:Surround your most precious doll with elegance at nap time and night.Graceful, flowing canopy perched above.Floor length, pleated skirt below.Also includes a mattress pad with fitted sheet!The classic, oval shape and the spindles blend with the pink gingham fabric to create a rich and upscale look and feel.White finish bassinet with pink gingham fabric.Made with wood, engineered wood, and hardboard. Wipe clean with a damp cloth as needed.Fabric parts are made with polyester,cotton fabric. We recommend spot cleaning as needed, although the fabric can be machine washed in cold water, gentle cycle, and air dry.Mattress is foam.Canopy post and frame are powder-coated steel. Canopy post has a slight bend so the canopy flows around the bed nicely. Designed for dolls up to 24 inches tall. Can be enjoyed by children from three years old and up. All paints and finishes are non-toxic. Doll not included. Some assembly required with a screwdriver. Illustrated instructions included. Meets all current, applicable ASTM, Lead, and CARB ATCM safety standards. This item is a toy only and is never to be used with real infants or pets. Actual product may vary slightly from shown due to continuous product improvement. All measurements approximate. Product includes a warranty of 30 Days Parts to the original purchaser. This item ships in its original carton which may include a photo of the product. WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.Specifications:Overall size of 27.25 inches L x 16 inches W x 37 inches H (including the canopy).Measures 12.5 inches from the lower rim to the floor; and 20.25 inches from the top rim to the floor.Interior measurements of the doll?s sleeping area are 25 inches L x 14 inches W x 7.5 inches D.
If this was an episode of MTV's Cribs, you would say that "this is where the magic happens." My desk in my wee upstairs office. You'll find the numerical legend below the picture, and if click here you can see it in more detail.
1. Google News has been my treasured homepage for years. It samples the news from thousands of worldwide sources, offering you a hearty variety of biases, incorrect reporting and outright lies. Oh, and a smidgen of truth and objective journalism sprinkled in there every now and again.
2. Bulletin board, photos. I've considered putting more useful things like bills and reminders on my bulletin board, but I like to look at pretty things. Pretty usually beats out rational every time. Featured here: a postcard I bought in Florence, Italy; a photo of me and my cousin Gabriella when she was a baby; a spooning photo of me and my two best man friends, Pat and Justin; my old college roommate (and SK little sister) Gina's save the date announcement for her nuptials this summer.
3. A mask I bought while studying abroad in Italy for Carnevale.
4. Photos of my three cats when they were in their respective kitten stages.
5. Appropos, a Crazy Cat Lady figurine still in its original packaging, still with all her crazy plastic cats. Even crazier? I own two of these things, both given to me by different people.
6. Bills. Glaring at me all the time.
7. Plastic goblet full of Sharpies. I like my mix CDs to be colorful.
8. Felt pennant from Vancouver, BC. A shout-out to my kinda-sorta-OK-it's-nearby hometown. I got this for free from a cluttered, stinky antique store here in Oregon.
Here's one for the ladies...as Brandi is occasionally topless in my stream (in the pregnancy photos) I figured it's high time for me to be as well. Also I'm cooking, and topless, and watching the baby. Where's that link to mommy porn?
Oh the goggles? Yeah that's my prevention of onion crying device. They make me look awesome. Brandi only had to work a half day today so after a lot of crying and a couple naps she got home. Nana came over (my mother) to visit after her month off wherein she went on a cruise from Florida back home to Vancouver. She picked up her key and cuddled with the baby for whom was all smiles.
Shortly thereafter we went to Kadoya again (which reminds me I should amend my menu to read that they're open again) and yummed up the sushi. Storytime followed (which I'm sure there will be pictures on the family stream) and on the way home I guiltily bought more hummus and pita, Brandi claims it's only because I wanted some...she's probably right.
More naps were had by all members of the family before I started dinner just before we started to raid in WOW. Isobel went to sleep in her crib without too much fussing and Brandi and I both won stuff...hurray!
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