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April 21, 2009

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Beth

That's hilarious! What a smart little cookie (I mean escape artist). :o) I'm afraid to even type this b/c I KNOW I'm jinxing myself when i say that Adam has yet to crawl out of his crib.

Okay, so you know he will now crawl out today. Of course. :o)

Jendeis

Not laughing at you, laughing with you. :) Was going to mention that it looks like a birdcage, but I think aviary is more sophisticated. (ducking and running).

My Reality

Maybe you can find a tent she can't escape?

amber

That is too funny! I didn't even know they had crib tents, but they totally make sense.

I remember having a play tent for my real bed when I was in elementary school and I LOVED it! Kind of like a treehouse, but indoors. Something to keep in mind when the kiddos get older.

Lori

Crib tents are AWESOME! I am going to miss the security of knowing the kids have to stay where I put them. Less than 3 months until we go to toddler beds. Your daughter is super smart to figure out how to unzip so quickly. My kids have been in them 9 months and haven't done that.

chicklet

I didn't even know there was such a thing, that's awesome! Not for you, but still. Cuz it's kinda funny:-)

docgrumbles

Abby is a bright one. Sometimes the bright ones make you worry the most! She sounds my niece, who also wound up hanging on the outside of her crib!

Emmie (Better Make I A Double)

I have to warn you -we went through at least $300 worth of tents before we were done. They pulled every one into pieces. A couple of years ago, there was only one brand, and it wasn't very durable. I hope for your sake that's changed.

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