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BabyQuip Quality Providers have made over 1 million sleep-like-a-baby hours possible!
If any item is going to make your vacation or overnight stay more pleasurable it’s a crib! When babies sleep well on vacation, everyone gets to rest, relax and recharge. A full-size wooden crib, just as cozy as the one at home, can be a vacation game-changer. It’s no wonder cribs are our number one most rented baby gear item.
Sleep Solution Pricing: Full-Sized Cribs, Mini Cribs, Pack ‘n Plays, and many more.
BabyQuip Independent Quality Providers offer safe and insured sleeping solutions for traveling families, and local grandparents hosting grandchildren, in hundreds of locations across the US & Canada. From full sized cribs & toddler cots to pack ‘n plays & mini cribs, prices reasonably range from $12 - $22 per day.
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Full Sleep Package Offerings:
For a complete restful sleep experience, full packages are available in most destination locations. Items in sleep packages typically include a crib or pack ‘n play, cotton linens, a white noise machine, a baby monitor (audio or video) and a humidifier. Brands may vary.
Mini sleep packages are a perfect option for short getaways and smaller spaces like hotel rooms & apartment rentals.
Classic sleep packages are great for medium spaces like airbnbs, short term rental properties or for grandparents hosting grandchildren.
Deluxe sleep packages are designed for families and grandparents who want to recreate all the comforts of home for little ones.
Clean, Safe & Insured Baby Equipment:
Quality Providers are required to complete extensive training on equipment safety before they begin renting baby gear. They are taught how to properly clean items to ensure every family is able to experience safe and spotless items. Unlike most baby gear rental companies, BabyQuip carries insurance covering your entire rental experience making us the safest choice for you and your little one.
SAFE SLEEPING TIPS: for Baby
For more information on sleep safety while traveling or at home, please visit our 2018 Safe Family Travel Report.
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Baby Crib Safety: Frequently Asked Questions
Are cribs cleaned before and after they are rented?
Yes! We require that all QPs meticulously clean all of their baby equipment, including cribs. Babies' immune systems are still developing and we understand that you as parents or grandparents rightfully expect clean products. Cribs are inspected and cleaned after every pickup and then inspected and lightly cleaned again before the next delivery. All cleaners used are organic or non-toxic.
Are there safety standards for baby cribs?
Yes. The slats of a crib must be no more than 2 3/8 inches apart. This is to prevent baby from getting his body or head stuck between the bars causing injury or strangulation. Also, the side bar should be 26 inches above the mattress when it is in its lowest position.
Can I safely use bumper pads in baby’s crib?
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends not using bumpers in cribs to help prevent against SIDS. Babies should also not be allowed to sleep with blankets, pillows, stuffed animals or any other soft items that could potentially cause suffocation, over-heating or re-breathing issues.
When is it time to lower the crib mattress?
When you baby begins to pull himself up to a standing position or when he sits up alone it’s time to lower the mattress to prevent your little one from climbing out or falling out of the crib.
When is baby ready for a regular bed?
You should move your child to a regular bed when he stands more than a couple of inches taller than the sidebar with the mattress in the lowest possible position. If your child is not taller than the sidebar but is actively climbing out of the crib, for his safety put him in a regular bed!
Are mobiles safe to hang over baby’s crib?
Mobiles and crib gyms are great entertainment for baby, however, when your child becomes able to get up onto their hands and knees or pull themselves upright it’s no longer safe. Remove the item at this stage to prevent baby from possible entanglement.
What kind of mattress should be in a crib?
The best advice is to contact the crib manufacturer to get a list of appropriate mattresses for the brand and model you own. To gauge the best fit, you should be able to get no more than two fingers between the mattress and the crib. Large gaps can cause baby to slip between the slats and the mattress which could result in suffocation.