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    I was reading the specs on the inflatable crib by ASC and noticed that really its not much larger than an actual crib.
    Does anyone have an actual baby crib or other solution?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitteredArtist View Post
    I was reading the specs on the inflatable crib by ASC and noticed that really its not much larger than an actual crib.
    Does anyone have an actual baby crib or other solution?
    I have an actual crib and I use it every night. Picked it up in 2007. It's warm comfy and secure. Get one you will love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bn3baby View Post
    I have an actual crib and I use it every night. Picked it up in 2007. It's warm comfy and secure. Get one you will love it.
    Actual as in baby crib, or adult baby crib?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyger View Post
    Actual as in baby crib, or adult baby crib?
    As in a real crib see photo.

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    I have a wonderful adult crib, twin size mattress.

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    How does a baby crib hold that much weight? Seems to me it'd be too small for full grown adult to hold the weight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrinklesTheBunny View Post
    How does a baby crib hold that much weight? Seems to me it'd be too small for full grown adult to hold the weight.
    You have to get an older model one with steel spring mattress support. The new ones with wood mattress support and plastic will not work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bn3baby View Post
    As in a real crib see photo.

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    cute!

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    I've had a couple of adult cribs - one found in a thrift store and another via eBay - and a couple of baby-sized cribs as well. I'm a small adult, but I still found that the baby cribs were difficult to fit into. You really have to curl up to sleep. The one advantage a baby crib has over an adult crib (other than the cost savings) is that it can be shoved into a corner or taken apart and stored easily. If you go the baby crib route and are concerned about sturdiness, you ought to look for a crib made of steel rather than a Jenny Lind wooden type. The other posters are quite correct: Wooden mattress platforms won't support the weight of an adult.

    The advantage of an adult crib (usually there are several at decent prices on eBay and elsewhere) is that it's large enough to lie in, be changed in, etc. The size is, however, a disadvantage when you have others who might see it; the adult-sized cribs are not easily disassembled.

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