Some parents have complained about the warning stickers placed on the crib, saying that they can be particularly difficult to remove at times, but other than that there seems to be no serious disadvantage to the DaVinci Jenny Lind.
To conclude, the DaVinci Jenny Lind has everything parents can possibly wish for in a good baby crib. Safe, sturdy and comfortable, the crib is non-toxic, it can be adjusted as the kid grows and it is also lightweight enough to allow you to move it around.
The fact that is lightweight is yet another benefit, as the crib is heavy enough to be placed in one stop yet lightweight enough to allow parents to handle it with little to no effort. The hard wood that was used when manufacturing the DaVinci Jenny Lind is not only very durable and reliable, but also very stylish and modern at the same time. Moreover, another advantage is the comfort it offers to the baby: the crib is designed to adhere to strict safety-related federal regulations and, at the same time, it was certified by JPMA and it is one of the most comfortable cribs you can possibly buy for the money!
The DaVinci Jenny Lind can be a very tempting crib, and at around the $200 mark, most of us parents are inclined to think that with its bright fresh colours that this particular JPMA certified crib would be great for the nursery. Don’t make that mistake! Before engaging in an impulse buy think, yes the crib may be a convertible and have non-toxic finish, but it lacks the most important of crib functionality- safety.