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Baby Bjorn Travel Crib: Light

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A travel crib is a daunting task for a new mom. It can be a tedious task to maneuver a cumbersome and easily forgotten item (yes, we have had the moment when we forgot our baby bjorn travel crib bed on a ferry) into a Tetris-style trunk. The other side? This is a reminder that your child’s first year of parenthood is a short one.

Today’s baby bjorn travel crib are a great invention. They are lightweight and not very heavy. Some can be carried in bags. Some of them are small enough to fit in bags. Even better: Many hotels offer a free crib or cribs to families traveling together. This makes packing easier. For road trips to your in-laws, Airbnb stays, and visits to hotels that don’t have rental cribs, it is a good idea to bring one of your own.

Babies are incredibly simple in their needs, which makes them great travel companions. They only need food and sleep. Here are five options for a place to sleep, from affordable to luxurious, traditional and adventurous, to help you choose the right one.

Top pick: The Graco Pack ‘n Go Playard baby bjorn travel crib

Graco’s Pack ’n Play is so simple to set up that even experienced parents may be astonished at how easy it is. The playard-meets-bassinet-meets-crib has another major perk too: In a saturated market of pricier items, it clocks in at under $100, making it a great pick for parents of twins or those who want to store an extra crib at grandma and grandpa’s. It’s not a cheap product, but it doesn’t mean that it is less quality. The mattress pad can double as a carrying case for the crib. You’ll be amazed at how easy it is to pack. It is strong and durable. It is 23 pounds heavier than most other products, but it can be easily loaded into your car’s trunk, or onto a ferry. The Pack and Play is a top choice for top hotels and resorts, from Disney properties to the charming Lark bed and breakfasts in New England.

Honorable mentions

  • Baby Bjorn Travel Crib Light

Baby bjorn travel crib is well-known for making ergonomic gear. Their 13-pound crib, which weighs half as much as traditional portable cribs, fits the bill. This pop-out crib is lightweight and can be used by babies of all sizes. You can also store your precious extras in the bag, which looks like a large briefcase.

  • Nuna Sena Aire

The 22-pound Nuna SenaAire can be assembled in one hand. This is great news for parents who are sleep-deprived. The crib is ventilated with mesh sides that maximize airflow and a slightly elevated mattress to cool your baby. It also has skid-proof feet and a machine-washable cover with a zip-off design. The crib also comes with a fitted sheet for parents who aren’t so picky. You can pair it with other Nuna accessories, such as a changing pad.

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