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are quite a few varying types of toddler beds in the market. The first kind I will mention is a
convertible crib. The great thing about
a convertible crib is that it will last much longer. Some parents also find that a convertible
crib eases the transition phase. Next
there is the "captain bed" also known as a storage bed. This bed has built-in compartments everywhere
- under the bed frame, in the footboards, even in the headboards. There are other types of toddler beds such as
loft toddler beds, futon toddler beds, and platform toddler beds; however I
think they are less popular and ultimately less safe for your toddler.
I have the same crib for my daughter when I went to change it I called the company bc I couldn't find the toddler rails that matched the crib.. They said that it doesn't convert into a toddler bed, just a day bed, and a full-sized bed.. I said NO it's a four in one.. their reply.." yes, a crib, a day bed, a full size bed with foot board, and a full sized without the foot board." I laughed and told them what a joke that was.. So my husband and I took the front off the bed to make it the daybed and went to walmart and bought a toddler bar for like 20 dollars in the baby department. She loves it and it worked for us without having to spend another 150 dollars for a cheap toddler bed.. good luck.. btw this crib has been recalled.. you might want to check it out
The directions are on the platform that supports the matttress I believe it's number 7 on how to convert to a full size. You have to buy a frame for a full size bed and of course the mattress and box spring. I hope this helps
I have this exact bed and just today I converted mine to a toddler bed. I was scrambling for instructions until I realized they were permanently affixed to the mattress slats. (LOL) I would be glad to help you out if you still need some help. email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can email you a scanned copy of the page you need. There is only 1 page of instruction for baby into toddler. I'll be looking for your email!