After the child grows up, what should I do with the crib?
1. The crib can be given away directly.
A crib that has only slept in a baby is basically not broken, and it is still brand new. If your relatives, friends or relatives are about to have a baby, you can clean the crib and put it away.
Baby cribs are very popular, as long as you are willing to give them away, there will be a large number of people coming to you to ask for them. If you really can’t send it out, you can also hang it on your circle of friends and let everyone come to pick it up. I believe someone will come and take it soon.
2. It can be resold second-hand.
If you feel that it is a pity to give it away directly, you can also resell it on a second-hand platform. Because some cribs are purchased from well-known foreign brands, they are expensive. I feel a bit reluctant to give it away directly, so reselling is also a good way.
It can not only recover a certain cost, but also is very environmentally friendly. And reselling to strangers is sometimes less troublesome than giving it to relatives and friends.
3. Keep it for the second child and continue to use it later.
In fact, many baby cribs are detachable, and they can be taken apart and stored. They can be used after the second child is born. This saves a lot of money.
4. Transform the crib.
If you are more ingenious, you can also transform the crib. For example, it can be changed into a storage chair, or a doghouse, and some people are ingenious, and can also be changed into a bicycle frame. It can also be changed into a desk and a coffee table for children. As long as you use your imagination, you can transform it into a variety of things. I once went to a friend’s house and saw him transform the crib into a wall-mounted storage, which can hold a lot of things and make the wall more distinctive.