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Pottery Barn -- Ava Regency Convertible Crib

http://potterybarnkids.com/products/ava-regency-crib-2015/?pkey=ccribs

Crib and mattress gently used for 2 years. Near mint condition

Matching Ava Regency Toddler Bed Conversion Kit. Never used. Still brand new in box. 

It was $1,500 + tax/shipping when bought. Will sell for $500, must pickup in CT or possibly SENY.

 

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1 hour ago, grampy said:

Great deal!

But why not keep it for your next little one?

haha zero plans for that. 1 and done was original plan. Moving her into bed this weekend.

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2 minutes ago, johnplav said:

In dark times like these... the world needs Biz Jr.!!!!

haha I was a bad man in my heydey. I knew since I was 14 that god would provide with me as many daughters as I was willing to make.

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33 minutes ago, BizCT said:

haha zero plans for that. 1 and done was original plan. Moving her into bed this weekend.

A 12 pack can change one and done in a blink of an eye .

We had the same crib I think for both my girls ,pottery barn makes nice and expensive stuff 

Good luck with sale 

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A 12 pack can change one and done in a blink of an eye .
We had the same crib I think for both my girls ,pottery barn makes nice and expensive stuff 
Good luck with sale 

We have a strong will power


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we kept ours but it was one of those that turned into her full size bed. second kid (son) got a lightly used crib. it was a smart choice. Someone make a baby so Biz can off load this thing to a good home. lol

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Good luck. Our second daughter is using her sister's pottery barn crib and furniture and it's holding up well.

Full size bed for your girl's "big girl bed" is the way to go if you have the room. Ours hardly ever rolled off or even near the side bars when she was younger

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37 minutes ago, NYRturkeycall said:

Good luck. Our second daughter is using her sister's pottery barn crib and furniture and it's holding up well.

Full size bed for your girl's "big girl bed" is the way to go if you have the room. Ours hardly ever rolled off or even near the side bars when she was younger

yup. we did the floor house thing from PB which is basically on the floor (full size)

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