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Million Dollar Baby Classic Ashbury 4 in 1 Convertible Crib Collection - MDB252
Million Dollar Baby Classic Ashbury 4 in 1 Convertible Crib Collection - MDB252
Shop for Cribs from Hayneedle.com! Welcome your newest addition to the world in grand style with the Million Dollar Baby Classic Ashbury 4 in 1 Convertible Crib Collection. Designed for luxe living, the Ashbury crib is like a little throne for Baby. An arched back, thick slats, winged corners, and curved posts are only the beginning. Crafted of sustainable New Zealand pine using hidden-hardware construction, this piece is sure to become an heirloom. Finished in a rich, non-toxic material, this amazing piece converts to a toddler bed (with included toddler rail), a daybed, and a full-size bed (conversion rails sold separately). A convenient under-crib drawer provides handy storage as an added bonus. Lead and phthalate safe, this piece is everything it should be and more - only the best for your baby!Stop use as crib when child reaches 35 inches in height or begins to climb. Toddler bed has a 50 lb. weight capacity. Full-size bed has a 500 lb. weight capacity.About the optional changer combo:Sustainable New Zealand pine and Carb II compliant engineered wood3 large drawers and 1 cabinet for ample storageChoose from available non-toxic hand-applied finishesTelescopic ball-bearing drawer glides with stop mechanisms for safetyDrawers feature dovetail constructionMeet ASTM International and U.S. CPSC Safety StandardsDimensions: 50W x 19.5D x 40H in.About Million Dollar BabyMillion Dollar Baby is a children s furniture company with a solid reputation for safety and traditional style. They are a family dedicated to improving and enhancing the lives of families worldwide. Million Dollar Baby was started in 1990 and built with a strong emphasis on quality and safety. Their quality control teams manually check the safety of their products in the factory and once again when they arrive in the warehouses in Los Angeles and Atlanta. These checks are in addition to those required by the JPMA and CPSC. Million Dollar Baby provides peace of mind to parents through their high safety standards as well as their environmentally conscious and socially responsible manufacturing. Million Dollar Baby has been featured in Consumer Reports and number one on the safest cribs list! Their family of brands includes Million Dollar Baby Classic, DaVinci, Babyletto, Nursery works, Franklin & Ben, and ubabub.
$399 Go to
Hayneedle
The Sixty Thousand-Dollar Dog: My Life With Animals
The Sixty Thousand-Dollar Dog: My Life With Animals
A stunning new book about the role of animals in our lives, by a popular and acclaimed writer From the time she is nine years old, biking to the farmland outside her suburban home, where she discovers a disquieting world of sleeping cows and a Private Way full of the wondrous and creepy creatures of the wild--spiders, deer, moles, chipmunks, and foxes--Lauren Slater finds in animals a refuge from her troubled life. As she matures, her attraction to animals strengthens and grows more complex and compelling even as her family is falling to pieces around her. Slater spends a summer at horse camp, where she witnesses the alternating horrific and loving behavior of her instructor toward the animals in her charge and comes to question the bond that so often develops between females and their equines. Slater's questions follow her to a foster family, her own parents no longer able to care for her. A pet raccoon, rescued from a hole in the wall, teaches her how to feel at home away from home. The two Shiba Inu puppies Slater adopts years later, against her husband's will, grow increasingly important to her as she ages and her family begins to grow. Slater's husband is a born skeptic and possesses a sternly scientific view of animals as unconscious, primitive creatures, one who insists that an animal's worth is roughly equivalent to its edibility. As one of her dogs, Lila, goes blind and the medical bills and monthly expenses begin to pour in, he calculates the financial burden of their canine family member and finds that Lila has cost them about $60,000, not to mention the approximately 400 pounds of feces she has deposited in their yard. But when Benjamin begins to suffer from chronic pain, Lauren is convinced it is Lila's resilience and the dog's quick adaptation to her blindness that draws her husband out of his own misery and motivates him to try to adjust to his situation. Ben never becomes a true believer or a die-hard animal lover, but his story and the stories Lauren tells of her own bond with animals convince her that our connections with the furry, the four-legged, the exoskeleton-ed, or the winged may be just as priceless as our human relationships. The $60,000 Dog is Lauren Slater's intimate manifesto on the unique, invaluable, and often essential contributions animals make to our lives. As a psychologist, a reporter, an amateur naturalist, and above all an enormously gifted writer, she draws us into the stories of her passion for animals that are so much more than pets. She describes her intense love for the animals in her life without apology and argues, finally, that the works of Darwin and other evolutionary biologists prove that, when it comes to worth, animals are equal, and in some senses even superior, to human beings.
$17 Go to
Walmart.com