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SNIGLAR - Crib co sleeper

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Feb 16, 2012 01:06 AM
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by Jules ( last modified Feb 15, 2012



SNIGLAR co-sleeper crib
SNIGLAR co-sleeper crib

Materials: crib SNIGLAR (39 €), 4 wheels (0.85 € c / u) and a hinge (2.60 €)

Description: After 2 years of living with our son Ivan who is a candidate to win the prize for the child on the planet with least sleep, it was clear that with the new one is coming to us, we are not to play, and although Mr. Estivil criticize us, we wanted a co-sleeping crib to avoid those early months in which the baby eats were every 2 hours, with consequent little walks in pajamas and disoriented, we took from our bed to his crib, in darkness and stumbling over anything (shoes, teddy, our moral) that was lying on the ground.

Buuuuuut the crib co sleeper we had seen cost a pretty penny and while we would have gladly paid for sleep, I am an Ikea hacker, and I proposed to have a brand new challenge. Make a co-sleeping crib for six pence.

Me bought a crib SNIGLAR (39 €), 4 wheels (0.85 € c / u) and a hinge (2.60 €). And I and my dear miter saw we got to work.

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