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The Ultimate Portable Crib (Win It!)

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When I was registering for my baby shower, I was told that a Pack and Play was as necessary as a baby crib. Or onesies. Or diapers. It was one of those things that babies universally loved and parents continuously used. Yet when it came time to “pack” the Pack and Play, I didn’t even want to bring it up the stairs, let alone in the car. With heavy metal rods and a bulky frame, it’s not something I was eager to travel with.

If I only I had seen the genius that is the GoCrib.

Find out what makes the GoCrib so unique and how to win one of your own:

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Ta Da! It’s inflatable! We know what you think — is this really safe? Sturdy? Well the self-inflating GoCrib uses a Rigid Inflation Technology with anti-puncture materials to ensure the crib is completely solid yet collapsable for convenient baby travel. Adding to it’s safety, the crib has no hinges or sharp edges, and is completely free of toxic materials like PVC, phthalates or lead.

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And because the crib doesn’t have any metal components, it’s extremely easy to move around, even fitting through a doorway. Plus, it’s actually easy on the eyes, unlike other portable cribs.

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And then when you need to bring it somewhere, it deflates into a compact backpack! Love it!

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We also love how the sides zip down, making it easier for toddlers to continue playing with it. (We bet it makes a pretty sweet fort!) If you’re as impressed as we are, you can enter to win one of your very own! Simply leave a comment below and we’ll pick a random winner next Friday, Oct. 8.

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