The 8 Best Crib Mattresses For A Safe Night’s Sleep (2022)

Choosing the best crib mattress for your newborn’s crib is simpler than selecting a mattress for adults, because all infants need the same thing for safe sleep: a firm surface. They’re also a highly regulated nursery item with specific sizes and materials determined by the government. So unlike shopping for regular mattresses, you won’t be selecting from among those best for achy backs or those for side sleepers. Instead, consider the crib frame you’ve purchased, as well as washability, certifications and breathability.

After reviewing various crib mattresses’ prices, features, care guidelines, customer reviews and more, we’ve compiled the best crib mattresses to provide a safe and comfortable place for your baby to sleep (when they do, in fact, sleep). We’ve chosen Moonlight Slumber’s Crib Mattress as our top pick, due to its waterproof cover, nontoxic features, value for money and more. So break out the swaddles and sound machines, get them sleepy with a little nursing and rocking chair time and then lay them down on their backs on one of these best crib mattress picks.

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Best Crib Mattress Overall

A Reversible Crib Mattress With High Marks And A Waterproof Cover

Moonlight Slumber Crib Mattress

Dual-sided: Yes |Certifications:CertiPUR-US certified foam, Greenguard Gold Certified|Protection: Waterproof cover | Thickness: 5 inches

Typical basic crib mattress prices start below $100, while prices of high-end selections can exceed five times that starting price. The Moonlight Slumber Crib Mattress, from the company’s original line of crib mattresses, gives you a high-quality option for about $200. Made in the U.S., this popular mattress has a high-density foam side for newborns and a softer side for toddlers. Its stretch-knit cover is waterproof, hypoallergenic, antimicrobial and odor- and stain-resistant.

The mattress contains CertiPUR-US certified foam, is Greenguard Gold Certified and has a woven fire barrier rather than spray-on fire retardant chemicals. The company claims an 8-year lifespan for the mattress (longer than is typical) and provides a lifetime warranty against defects.

Pros:

  • Reversible sides, from newborn to toddler firmness levels
  • Cover is waterproof
  • Hypoallergenic, antimicrobial and stain-resistant

Cons:

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  • Not washable

Best Mini Crib Mattress

Stock Your Mini Crib With A Reversible, Organic Mattress

OrganicDream Mini Crib Mattress

Dual-sided: Yes |Certifications:Greenguard Certified|Protection:Water-resistant surface | Thickness: 5 inches

Mini cribs, sometimes called portable cribs, are significantly smaller than standard size cribs (but larger than bassinets). Standard crib mattresses typically measure 28 by 52 inches, while most mattresses designed for mini cribs are 28 by 24 inches. Even though the OrganicDream Mini Crib Mattress is a mini size, it’s reversible, with a firm infant side and a softer toddler side. (Note that a toddler may outgrow a mini crib at around 18 months, though that’s not always the case. You may not have long to take advantage of the toddler side.)

It has a few additional perks, too. This hypoallergenic, organic crib mattress is Greenguard Certified and manufactured in the U.S. It has a core made from food-grade polymer, a water-resistant surface and a breathable, removable organic cotton cover that’s machine washable. There’s a full-size crib mattress version, too.

Pros:

  • Reversible firmness sides
  • Removable, washable organic cover
  • Various sizes

Cons:

  • Not washable

Best Organic Crib Mattress

An Organic Mattress From A Carbon-Neutral Company

Avocado Eco Organic Crib Mattress

Dual-sided: No |Certifications:Greenguard Gold Certified, GOTS Certified | Protection:Moisture-resistant protector pads sold separately | Thickness: 5 inches

There are a lot of organic mattresses on the market, but the Avocado Eco Organic Crib Mattress combines organic components with eco-friendly and nontoxic features. (Read product descriptions carefully when you’re shopping for a crib mattress—some mattresses that come up when you search for “organic” solely have organic covers, which may not be what you want.)

This mattress is made with 100% GOTS Certified organic cotton and wool (the wool comes the company’s Responsible Wool Standard farms in the Himalayas) and contains GOTS Certified coconut husk and hemp pads for breathability and support. Recycled steel3.5 inch coils offer further support. The Greenguard Gold Certified mattress is made in the U.S. and is free of toxic chemicals, chemical flame retardants, fiberglass and petroleum-based foams. Avocado provides a 30-night home trial, free returns and a 10-year limited warranty.

Pros:

  • Organic materials
  • Climate-neutral company
  • Home trial option

Cons:

  • Not reversible
  • Not washable
  • Heavy at 22 pounds

Best Affordable Crib Mattress

A Budget Friendly Pick With A Wipeable Cover

Kolcraft Pure Sleep Therapeutic 150 Crib Mattress

Dual-sided: No |Certifications: Greenguard Gold Certified | Protection: Waterproof surface | Thickness: 5 inches

Kolcraft is a family-owned company that’s been making crib mattresses since the 1950s, and this mattress gives you a quality product at a reasonable price. The mattress, which is made in the U.S., has an embossed and stain-resistant surface, which can be wiped clean, as well as a waterproof cover. Its extra firm support is aided by 150 steel coils.

The Kolcraft Pure Sleep Crib Mattress is Greenguard Gold Certified and contains no latex or polyurethane foam. (Latex is approved for use in crib mattresses; however, some people are allergic to natural latex, and synthetic latex can contain formaldehyde and chemical flame retardants. Polyurethane is commonly found in mattresses and can off-gas.) This mattress comes with a 10-year warranty on workmanship and materials.

Pros:

  • Affordable
  • Waterproof, wipeable cover
  • Lightweight at 11.5 pounds

Cons:

  • Not reversible
  • Not washable
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Best Luxury Crib Mattress

A High-End Breathable Mattress With Innersprings Or Not

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Naturepedic Organic Breathable Ultra Crib Mattress

Dual-sided: Yes |Certifications:Greenguard Gold Certified, GOTS Certified | Protection:Inner waterproof layer | Thickness: 6 inches

This Naturepedic lightweight organic crib mattress includes a removable, machine-washable, breathable layer, as well as a nontoxic waterproof layer (made from non-GMO sugarcane), plus a free mattress protector. It’s made in the U.S., 100% vegan, Greenguard Gold Certified and GOTS Certified for its organic cotton. It’s free of polyurethane foam, adhesives and fire-retardant chemicals.

This U.S.-made mattress is reversible, with a firm side for babies and a plusher side for toddlers. You can also enjoy a generous 100-night sleep trial, free returns and a lifetime warranty. There are several crib mattress options with Naturepedic, including the “lightweight” version profiled here, as well as an innerspring alternative, which is $50 more and a bit heavier but which offers coil support (252 steel coils with a 15.5 gauge) and durability.

Pros:

  • Reversible
  • Waterproof, organic

Cons:

  • Not washable

Best Reversible Mattress

An Innerspring Mattress That’s Flippable

Saatva Crib Mattress

Dual-sided: Yes | Certifications:Greenguard Gold Certified | Protection: Removable water-repellent cover | Thickness: 6 inches

The Saatva Crib Mattress has two distinct sides, one for babies and one for toddlers, but the differences go beyond “firm” and “softer.” With babies’ safety in mind, the center coil unit, made from recycled steel, has been reinforced to keep infants in the center of the crib; it’s topped with an extra firm support layer for baby. The toddler side is topped with a breathable top layer and a natural latex layer to create a supportive sleep surface for restless tots. The mattress has a removable organic cotton cover that’s water repellent thanks to a safe and eco-friendly treatment. Keep in mind this crib mattress measures 6-inches in height, which is the maximum allowed, according to U.S. government regulations. Saavta calls the newborn side of the mattress extra firm and the toddler side, firm.

This handcrafted, U.S.-made mattress contains natural, nontoxic and eco-friendly materials and is Greenguard Gold Certified. Saatva offers a free return period of 45 days plus a lifetime warranty.

Pros:

  • Reversible firmness sides
  • Removable water-repellent cover
  • Organic
  • 45-day trial period

Cons:

  • Pricey
  • Not washable
  • Heavy
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Best Washable Mattress

You’ll Have 100 Days To Try This Crib Mattress Out

Newton Baby Essential Crib Mattress

Dual-sided: No |Certifications:Greenguard Gold Certified | Protection: Fully washable | Thickness: 4 inches

It can be handy to have a washable crib mattress just in case the fitted sheet doesn’t do the job of protecting it in the case of a major mess. This mattress, which also comes in a mini crib size, is fully washable. The core can be cleaned in the shower or outside with a hose and then air dried (avoiding direct sunlight), and the soft, quilted cover is machine washable.

The Newton Baby Essential Crib Mattress is hypoallergenic and Greenguard Gold Certified and is free of foam, glue and latex. It’s recyclable, too. Instead of a foam or latex inner layer, the mattress uses the company’s own Wovenaire Core, which is “90% air, 10% food-grade polymer” and designed for maximum air circulation. This crib mattress also comes in several versions of varying thickness, features and price. The Essential is the cheapest of its crib mattresses and yet, still packed with useful attributes. The company offers a 100-night trial and free returns.

Pros:

  • Washable cover and core
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Lightweight

Cons:

  • Not dual-sided
  • Not made with organic materials

Best Breathable Mattress

This Washable Option Is Also Highly Breathable And Green

Halo DreamWeave Crib Mattress

Dual-sided: Yes |Certifications:Greenguard Gold Certified |Protection: Toddler side is waterproof | Thickness: 4.5 inches

This mattress from Halo has a lot going for it—including the rare quality of being 100% recyclable once your little one outgrows it. (The company recommends the mattress from the newborn stage up to 4 years old.) Speaking of growing, once your child is ready for potty-training, you’ll be grateful for the waterproof toddler side of the mattress. The core of this crib mattress is also washable (you can rinse it in the shower), and its cover is machine washable.

This Greenguard Gold certified mattress gets its name from the brand’s DreamWeave core, which is fully breathable. It’s also hypoallergenic and free of foam, latex, glue and added flame retardants. The mattress cover is made from layers of breathable quilted mesh.

Pros:

  • Recyclable
  • Hypoallergenic and free of toxic materials
  • Designed for maximum airflow from core to cover

Cons:

  • Only the toddler side is waterproof (but the mattress is washable)
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How We Chose The Best Crib Mattresses

With safety as our top priority, we researched reputable and well-reviewed crib mattresses in order to assemble this list. At a minimum, each of our picks is Greenguard Certified (for low VOCs), while others bear Greenguard Gold, GOTs and/or CertrPUR-US certification seals to ensure material safety. We also tapped Dr. Elizabeth Murray, a pediatrician at Golisano Children’s Hospital in Rochester, New York, to share her expertise.

Cleanliness is a factor, too, so each crib mattress on this list has some sort of protective element, whether it’s waterproof, machine washable or has a washable cover. We also noted whether crib mattresses had dual-sided firmness for infant and toddler use, making higher-priced picks an investment you can use for several years.

What To Consider When Buying A Crib Mattress

Fit

According to Dr. Elizabeth Murray, a pediatrician at Golisano Children’s Hospital in Rochester, New York, parents should know two key things about crib mattresses. “[A crib mattress] must fit very snugly into the crib—it should be a challenge to change the fitted crib sheet—and it must be firm. Babies are safest when they sleep on their back, on a firm mattress, without blankets or pillows or positioners or toys.”

Single- vs. Dual-Sided

Many crib mattresses provide a different firmness on each side: a firmer side for babies (for safety reasons) and a slightly more plush one for toddlers. This makes these options more versatile. You also might get more use out of them.

Protection

As first-time parents quickly learn, diapers and pull-ups sometimes leak, so when you’re shopping, check whether the mattresses and/or their covers are waterproof or water-resistant (and/or washable, an important related factor). There will also be spit-up, drool and possibly vomit in your mattress’ future.

Washability

The majority of crib mattresses aren’t washable, but some, including the Newton Baby Essential Crib Mattress and the Halo DreamWeave Crib Mattress, can be cleaned in the shower or outdoors with a hose. In addition, some included mattress covers are machine washable. If it does not come with a waterproof cover, we highly recommend purchasing one.

Certifications

More and more mattress brands, especially direct-to-consumer companies, are emphasizing that their products are free of certain chemicals or contain organic materials. Murray says not to worry that a mattress without these claims is unsafe—as long as you buy from a standard retailer. “All mattresses must meet the basic standard,” she says. “There are regulations with regards to phthalates, lead, and flammability.” Nevertheless, as a parent you may prefer the peace of mind that some brands’ safety claims of nontoxic crib mattresses or related-green certifications can bring.

Are All Crib Mattresses The Same Size?

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) sets guidelines for crib mattress dimensions. Crib mattresses are available in two sizes, standard and mini; regular crib mattresses typically measure 52 by 28 inches, while mini crib mattresses are 24 by 28 inches. The maximum thickness set by the CPSC for a crib mattress is 6 inches.

If you buy a standard crib mattress, it should fit into all standard cribs, but it’s always worth double-checking this once you have both pieces at home.

What Are Crib Mattresses Made Of?

Most mattresses are made from high-density polyurethane foam (sometimes with CertiPUR-US certification; see “How Do I Find A Nontoxic Crib Mattress?” below), while some crib mattresses have steel innerspring coils. Memory foam is not appropriate for babies because a firm sleeping surface is essential to prevent suffocation.

What Makes A Crib Mattress Safe?

Earlier this year, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) approved a new federal safety standard for crib mattresses to ensure greater safety. It addresses potential dangers such as lacerations from coil springs and mattresses that are too soft for safe sleep and now requires play yard mattresses or travel crib mattresses to also meet federal standards.

Some of the organization’s standard regulatory guidelines state that crib mattress must fit snug into cribs without any gaps to prevent accidental entanglement and must be very firm to prevent suffocation. The CPSC also provides guidelines for the safety of mattress materials. See “How Do I Find A Nontoxic Crib Mattress,” below, for more details.

How Do I Find A Nontoxic Crib Mattress?

More and more companies are selling crib mattresses (and mattresses for adults) labeled nontoxic, natural or organic. “Nontoxic” mattresses are easy to find from many brands, both large and small. The Avocado Eco Organic Crib Mattress and Naturepedic Organic Crib Mattress are two of our top recommendations. (Be aware that a mattress labeled “organic” may not mean that all components are organic.)

Here are some health and safety certifications you should look for when shopping for a crib mattress:

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  • Greenguard and Greenguard Gold Certification: “Greenguard Certified” and the higher standard “Greenguard Gold Certified,” both signify that the product upholds strict emissions standards for volatile organic compound, or VOCs. These are off-gassing chemicals that are released into the air and can cause health issues over time.
  • GOTS Certification: Organic products with the Global Organic Textile Standard (GOTS) are processed in environmentally and socially responsible ways, while the Global Organic Latex Standard (GOLS) denotes organic latex as well as adherence to certain social and environmental regulations.
  • CertiPUR-US Certification: Products with CertiPUR-US certification have low VOC emissions and contain polyurethane made without ozone depleters, certain flame retardants, lead, mercury, formaldehyde and certain phthalates.

FAQs

What is the most recommended crib mattress? ›

What is the safest material for baby mattress? ›

When shopping for non-toxic crib mattresses, look for options made from materials like natural latex, organic cotton, organic wool, bamboo, and hemp. Mattresses made from wool and cotton are inherently fire resistant, thus not requiring the application of chemical fire retardants to meet safety standards.

What firmness is best for crib mattress? ›

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, a crib mattress needs to be firm enough that it doesn't conform to the shape of your baby's head. More specifically, the mattress should be between an eight and a 10 on the mattress firmness scale.

What are four things that should not be in a crib? ›

Pillows, quilts, comforters, sheepskins, stuffed animals, and other soft products should not be placed in a crib. Babies have suffocated on such items in the crib.

What type of mattress do pediatricians recommend? ›

"It's important for babies to have firm mattresses while they're still in a crib," says Welch. "While it might be more comfortable, a soft, pillow-like mattress or topper could be very dangerous for a baby." If you're switching your child to a bed and purchasing a new mattress, you can choose a slightly less firm one.

How much should a good crib mattress cost? ›

A mattress that costs between $90 and $200 will generally serve your baby well. Prices for foam and innerspring mattresses are comparable, ranging from $50 to $400 and up. (The more expensive ones are made with organic cotton or natural latex.)

What mattresses should babies avoid? ›

To help prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and suffocation, it is important to pick a foam crib mattress that is designed for infants. It should be firmer as opposed to softer. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends avoiding memory foam crib mattresses or mattress toppers.

What mattress prevents SIDS? ›

An air permeable baby crib mattresses is the best defense for a baby rolling over in the middle of the night, and ends up sleeping face down. This is the most successful approach to preventing the tragedies we see relating to baby crib mattresses and SID; suffocation, rebreathing, and overheating.

What is the safest bed for a newborn? ›

Your baby should rest in a crib, co-sleeper, or bassinet that is free of everything except your baby. That means no bumper pads, quilts, blankets, pillows, soft toys, positioning devices, or reachable toys with strings. Make sure the mattress is firm and flat, and always use a tightly fitted sheet.

What is the best thickness for a crib mattress? ›

According to the Consumer Products Safety Commission, a standard (or regular) crib mattress should be no more than 6 inches thick and measure at least 27 1/4 inches wide and 51 1/4 inches long.

Should a baby sleep on a firm or soft mattress? ›

Experts recommend a 'firm' sleep surface for babies aged 0–12 months, even babies that are positioned face up (as they should be). Some baby products are unsafe because they are made too soft.

Are more coils better in a crib mattress? ›

Crib mattresses with more coils are generally better. If there are more springs in the same space, they are closer to each other, which results in a firmer structure. However, more coils don't always mean better firmness. You have to find the perfect combination of coil count and steel gauge (coil thickness).

What is the number one cause of crib death? ›

overheating while sleeping. too soft a sleeping surface, with fluffy blankets or toys. mothers who smoke during pregnancy (three times more likely to have a baby with SIDS) exposure to passive smoke from smoking by mothers, fathers, and others in the household doubles a baby's risk of SIDS.

What is the average age of crib death? ›

Most SIDS deaths happen in babies between 1 month and 4 months of age, and the majority (90%) of SIDS deaths happen before a baby reaches 6 months of age. However, SIDS deaths can happen anytime during a baby's first year. Slightly more boys die of SIDS than girls.

How do I find the right mattress for my baby? ›

Firmness: As a rule, firm mattresses are better for babies than overly soft ones. In fact, the firmer the better. Soft sleeping surfaces create a suffocation hazard for infants and increase the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

Should kids sleep on memory foam? ›

Memory foam mattresses usually provide good levels of support, so are suitable for children. However, they may not be suitable for very young children, such as toddlers. A person should ensure they are choosing a mattress made with high quality foam, such as those with CertiPUR-US certifications.

What is a Montessori mattress? ›

The inventor of the method, Dr. Maria Montessori, believed that children thrive when given the freedom to move and learn independently. So, generally speaking, a Montessori bed is a mattress without restrictive railings around it, close enough to the floor so that the child can get in and out of it by himself.

Does the thickness of a crib mattress matter? ›

[2] Mattresses that are too soft or worn down may pose a safety risk, as they are more likely to create a gap where the baby's face could get stuck, making it difficult to breathe. Thickness: Baby mattresses should be no thicker than six inches (15 centimetres) and must fit tightly within the crib's frame.

How often should you replace a crib mattress? ›

Most are designed to last about five years, though some say longer. Keep the five-year rule in mind and decrease if the bed lived a hard life, and increase it if you've been proactive with care.

What are 3 things that an infant should not sleep in? ›

* Never place your baby to sleep on pillows, quilts, sheepskins, and other soft surfaces. Keep soft objects, toys, and loose bedding out of your baby's sleep area. Don't use pillows, blankets, quilts, sheepskins, or pillow-like crib bumpers in your baby's sleep area, and keep all items away from your baby's face.

Can a soft mattress cause SIDS? ›

Soft cot mattresses were associated with an increased risk of SIDS (adjusted OR = 2.36; 95% CI = 1.06, 5,25) compared with average or hard mattresses.

What should babies not sleep on? ›

Don't put your baby to sleep on soft surfaces, like a waterbed, sofa, soft mattress or cushion. Don't keep crib bumpers, loose bedding, toys or other soft objects in your baby's crib.

What are 5 suggestions to reduce the risk of SIDS? ›

There's no guaranteed way to prevent SIDS , but you can help your baby sleep more safely by following these tips:
  • Back to sleep. ...
  • Keep the crib as bare as possible. ...
  • Don't overheat your baby. ...
  • Have your baby sleep in in your room. ...
  • Breast-feed your baby, if possible.
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What should parents not do to reduce SIDS? ›

SIDS usually occurs when a baby is asleep, although it can occasionally happen while they're awake. Parents can reduce the risk of SIDS by not smoking while pregnant or after the baby is born, and always placing the baby on their back when they sleep.

Can babies breathe face down on mattress? ›

If your baby has trouble falling asleep on their back, there are many sleep training methods you can try. Don't let your baby sleep face down just to try and improve sleep quality. This will put them at high risk for suffocation.

What bedding is best for newborns? ›

Do not use pillows and duvets – they're not safe for babies less than a year old because of the risk of suffocation. Duvets can also make your baby too hot. Sheets and layers of blankets tucked in firmly below your baby's shoulder level or a baby sleeping bag are safe for your baby to sleep in.

What should newborns sleep in? ›

When dressing your newborn for bed, follow this rule of thumb: dress the infant in one additional layer than what you'd be comfortable wearing at night in that room. Consider a onesie, sleep sack, or lightweight swaddle in warmer months. In colder months, opt for a long-sleeved onesie or a heavier sleepsack or swaddle.

How many inches should a crib mattress be? ›

A standard crib mattress size is 28 inches x 52 inches.

Are all crib mattresses safe? ›

Short answer, NO! Buying a mattress for your newborn or child is a big deal. A lot of crib and child mattresses that are sold in stores can trigger illnesses. Many infant mattresses contain poisons.

Should side sleepers have a softer mattress? ›

Softer mattresses are generally better for those who sleep on their side, as they better cushion the shoulders and hips. On the side, a softer mattress better aligns the spine, too.

Why does a firm mattress prevent SIDS? ›

However, these items can trap harmful carbon dioxide, which increases the risk of death. Avoiding rebreathing of carbon dioxide is one of the most important step to prevent SIDS. Even plain pillows and blankets can significantly increase the risk of SIDS. All you need is a firm mattress, and that's it.

Should baby mattress be inclined? ›

The AAP does not recommend letting infants sleep in inclined products like the Rock 'n Play that require restraining a baby. AAP policy calls for infants to sleep on their back, on a separate, flat and firm sleep surface without any bumpers, bedding or stuffed toys.

Which is better memory foam or coil? ›

Bounce. Spring coil mattresses have more bounce than memory foam beds. However, memory foam is more responsive, which allows it to quickly mold to the curves of your body even when you change positions. Latex mattresses provide the same responsiveness as memory foam but with more on a bounce.

Is foam or coil mattress better for side sleepers? ›

Side sleepers, in particular, tend to prefer foam beds, as they often do a better job of conforming to the shape of the body. People who tend to sleep hot at night may wish to opt for a spring mattress. Innerspring beds offer far better airflow, which helps to keep the bed cool at night.

What is better innerspring or pocket coil? ›

Innerspring mattresses offer a bit more generalized support, while the individual coils found in a pocket spring mattress mean it can shape itself to your body easier. This may be better for people with back problems who need relief. Both types of spring mattress are very durable.

What crib does Khloe Kardashian have? ›

Khloe has not one, but two Vetro Lucite cribs, which costs US$4,500 each and are acrylic and clear in design – so mum can keep an effortless watchful eye over her bub.

How long is a crib mattress good for? ›

Most are designed to last about five years, though some say longer. Keep the five-year rule in mind and decrease if the bed lived a hard life, and increase it if you've been proactive with care.

What material is best for babies to sleep in? ›

Newborns generally respond well to being swaddled. The snug bundling technique can help young infants feel safe and soothed, like they're back in the womb. A cotton or muslin material is a good choice, as both are lightweight and breathable and offer ample flexibility for easy wrapping and tucking.

What is the most popular crib? ›

Best Overall: Babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib with Toddler Bed Conversion Kit. What do buyers say? 89% of 1,800+ Amazon reviewers rated this product 5 stars. The Babyletto Hudson 3-in-1 Convertible Crib with Toddler Bed earned our top spot because it can be used for many years as your child grows.

What crib Does Kim Kardashian have? ›

We have a Vetro Lucite crib and we have a Royère bed in there and a really fluffy cream rug,” Kardashian, 37, told Architectural Digest about prepping a nursery for her third child, Chicago West, with husband Kanye West. “We had a changing table made. I have a glider with an ottoman for feeding.

How much do the Kardashian's pay their nannies? ›

“They have a team of nannies on at all times and on call 24/7, each making a salary of around $100k," a source told the website. But they certainly earn their keep.

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