Item – BabyBjorn Travel Crib Light
Category – Travel Cribs
Baby Gear Expert – Nicole Kitzman
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Pack This Lightweight BabyBjorn Travel Crib on Your Next Long Road Trip!
As a Babierge Trusted Partner renting baby equipment in the Washington DC area, I own literally 100 pieces of baby gear – big, small, wood, plastic, colorful, monotone, you name it! It’s all top-quality equipment – parents and grandparents renting baby gear have high standards, as they should. Out of all this gear, one baby gear item easily takes the cake as my #1 best piece of equipment: the BabyBjorn Travel Crib Light. There are so many things you’ll love about the BabyBjorn Travel Crib, so it’s a real challenge to narrow it down to just a few.
This travel crib is lightweight! At thirteen pounds it’s lighter than the Graco Travel Lite Crib (nineteen pounds) and folds easily into a compact and sturdy carrying bag. The BabyBjorn travel crib is easy to move from room to room and small enough to take on road trips and weekend getaways. With this in mind I give it 5 out of 5 rattles for convenience and storability.
The BabyBjorn Travel Crib Light is SO easy to keep clean. The entire crib fabric zips right off the frame in one piece and can be machine washed. I wash mine on the gentle cycle and let it air dry. I’ve washed the ones I rent to customers so many times and there is no fabric fading. It still looks brand new! It totally deserves 5 out of 5 rattles for how easy it is to clean.
Most importantly, these materials are safe for your baby. The BabyBjorn travel crib fabrics are Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 certified. I love knowing the baby gear I rent doesn’t contain any nasty chemicals! Thanks to BabyBjorn for making a truly standout baby product! I give it 5 out of 5 rattles for overall quality.
Learn more about the BabyBjorn Travel Crib Light at: https://www.babybjorn.com/baby-cradle-and-travel-crib/travel-crib-light/?attribute_pa_color=sort&attribute_pa_material=mesh
Nicole Kitzman is a Babierge Trusted Partner in Washington, D.C. She rents baby equipment (and books, toys, even ride-on trains too!) to families traveling to the DC metro area, and to local grandparents hosting visiting grandchildren.