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vabeachbum vabeachbum 5 years
Kind of an interesting idea, but knowing how hard kids can be on stuff... I'd rather spend the money to buy something that's all REAL wood and is going to stand the test of time. My mom still has some of our furniture from when we were kids and has saved it to pass on when my sisters and I have kids.
skigurl skigurl 5 years
why are these babies hanging out in an institution?
miss-leanne miss-leanne 5 years
You're out of luck if little one wets the bed! :)
CanCan CanCan 5 years
Is the bassenette "gnaw" proof?
MsTerious82 MsTerious82 5 years
I'm confused. Why are there two babies in the crib? If one of them is Matteo, who's the other one?
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 5 years
This is just some schmuck's way of cashing in on moms who think they're going green.Like many single mothers, I have a very limited budget. I can't afford to buy a $300 crib. What I can afford is a $30 crib from a resale shop (cleaned and well inspected for defects, of course). Not only does my money benefit charities, but nothing new is produced. So many people forget that 'reuse' is part of 'reduce, reuse, recycle.'I am so pleased with the green revolution that is going on, but at the same time: I am disgusted by how many profiteers are slapping the word 'green' on hunks of garbage. I am only slightly less disgusted by how many people fall for it.
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 5 years
This is just some schmuck's way of cashing in on moms who think they're going green. Like many single mothers, I have a very limited budget. I can't afford to buy a $300 crib. What I can afford is a $30 crib from a resale shop (cleaned and well inspected for defects, of course). Not only does my money benefit charities, but nothing new is produced. So many people forget that 'reuse' is part of 'reduce, reuse, recycle.' I am so pleased with the green revolution that is going on, but at the same time: I am disgusted by how many profiteers are slapping the word 'green' on hunks of garbage. I am only slightly less disgusted by how many people fall for it.
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