Health Canada recommends that you transition your child out of their crib once they are able to climb out of their crib OR once they reach 90 cm in height, whichever happens first. Most children reach this height milestone between the ages of 2 and 3, but they might start climbing out of their crib earlier than you expect!
So when should you transition your child out of a crib? Health Canada recommends that children use a crib until 18-24 months of age. Specifically, your child should be transitioned out of crib sleeping once they can climb out of their crib OR once they are 90 cm tall, whichever comes first.
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If you have purchased a LuLé crib and you are considering transitioning your child out of their crib, contact us to learn more about our Buy-Back Program. You can receive up to 10% of the purchase price of the crib, and we will come and pick up the crib for you. No need to place ads and field calls!
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Health Canada and Crib Safety: Is Your Child Safe? - Canada.ca
As the founder of LuLé and a proud mom, I am passionate about helping you make the right decisions for your baby. All blog posts are based on information found on respected government or institutional websites, such as Health Canada.