Cribs can be divided into solid wood cribs (painted and unpainted), bamboo cribs, rattan cribs, and mixed-material cribs
For safety reasons, it is necessary to ensure the fit between the mattress and the bed to ensure that it is strong. There should be no gap between the bed and the mattress. You can follow the “one-finger principle”. If you can put two or more fingers between the bed and the mattress, then the mattress is too small. A mattress that is too small or too soft will increase the risk of sudden infant death syndrome, jamming or suffocation.
During the growth and development stage of a child, if the child sleeps on a harder mattress, the S-shaped spine of the body will be affected by the flat and hard mattress, and the child’s spine development will have to adapt to this type of mattress. Structural modeling, the child’s spine will deform to varying degrees over time. We don’t want to see the child’s bone development adapt to the structure of the mattress, but we hope to choose a mattress with an internal structure that is truly suitable for the child’s bone development. All adult mattresses are advocating partitioned support. Support is good. In fact, the spine that children grow every day needs scientific and effective support.