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Converted toddler bed to high off ground
If you have it on the lowest setting already, that's as low as it can go. If you have wheels (which I don't think yours does) you could remove them to lower it a bit more. If it comes with a wood toddler rail to keep her from falling out, I would use that. If it doesn't, you can pick a metal/mesh one up at any baby store in various lengths. You could also put pillows or stuffed animals on the floor to break her fall. Another helpful tip for when she is a bit older and no longer has a toddler rail, you can slip a pool noodle under the sheet to prevent simple rolling out of bed. Hope this helps.
on Apr 29, 2018
Graco lauren crib conversion instructions
I have posted the instructions in an album on photobucket. I believe you can print them from there. To get to them, go to photobucket.com and in the website only search field (not the web search) type emilykenepp and change the search from images to people. It should bring up my profile and under albums I have an album called Graco Lauren Crib Assembly Instructions. Click on that and you're good to go! Pages 10 and 11 are for conversions. If you have any further need, the number for LaJobi is 1-888-266-2848 and the number for Graco is 1-800-345-4109.
on Jul 17, 2013
I lost the instructions and
You just take off the rail and Tada! it's a Toddler bed.
Then you can change from elmo sheets to Pokemon sheets and Tada! it's a Day/Bed. I don't know how they get away with advertising it as a 4-in-1 since there is no material difference between the daybed and the toddler bed.
on Jul 09, 2012
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