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TiggersMommy's picture
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Anyone have (or have used in the past) crib railing chew guards? I guess that's what you'd call them. Miss T is now standing in her crib and decorating the railing with her little vampire nubs. I'm not as concerned with the look of the crib as I am with keeping her from EATING the finish. We have a mini crib, so I'm not so sure what will work.

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Did you check out that link for OneStepAhead website I posted on Vickie's thread? They might have something?

http://www.onestepahead.com/catalog/product.jsp?productId=535528&cmSource=Search

TiggersMommy's picture
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Oooh, that looks perfect! Thanks!

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Whatever you do, do not get these http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=2332261. I bought them for my DD. They wouldn't stay on the crib at all, so they are basically worthless.

I just noticed these though http://www.toysrus.com/product/index.jsp?productId=3190434. It looks like it would work much better, and I like that you can attach toys to it. Plus it's not too expensive. I think I might try this one. Not that Luke is pulling up yet, but he is crawling and sitting up on his own so I'm sure it won't be long.

TiggersMommy's picture
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I'd love to have a fabric one but my crib is weird. It's short so I'd have to do a bit of sewing to alter/make one. No time or skills for all that!

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I've been debating what to about our crib railing too. The plastic ones won't work on my crib at all due to its design. I'm guessing I'll have to settle for a cloth one, but I'm still wondering if it'll work. The things you don't think about when buying a crib. Wink

TiggersMommy's picture
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Why don't they all come with a teething guard?! You'd think that if one were built in it would look a lot better and be a heck of a lot easier!

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"TiggersMommy" wrote:

Why don't they all come with a teething guard?! You'd think that if one were built in it would look a lot better and be a heck of a lot easier!

So they can make more money by selling you a teething guard later on! :rolleyes:

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We bought some rail guards, I just hope they'll work on our crib when we need them.

rubber_da_glove's picture
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They came as standard on our cot. Very useful Smile

ange84's picture
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Mine came pre chewed (secondhand cot) so I'm not worried about it.

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mine has them, although little miss lazy is one of those too cool babies who insist that everyone do everything for her (although she rolls/crabby crawls when we don't move fast enough for her) so we haven't "tested" them.

Ethan's were pointless though... He just chewed on the parts that didn't have them. :confused: