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Your baby's crib will probably be one of your most important purchases—after all, your good night's sleep depends on it. We love a crib that suits a minimalist aesthetic because it can fit into any decor scheme and is easy to pass on to any future siblings.

Here are six of our favorite styles.

1. Sprout 4-in-1 Convertible Crib

Not only does this two-toned wood crib have plenty of sleek style, it's also convertible to grow with your baby. Once he outgrows the crib, switch it up to be a daybed, toddler bed, and ultimately a full-size bed.

Sprout 4-in-1 Convertible Crib
$349.00, Wayfair

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2. Oslo 2-in-1 Convertible Crib

We love the contemporary design of this dramatic crib—and the fact that it comes with built-in storage.

Oslo 2-in-1 convertible crib
$266.99, Wayfair

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3. Little Seeds Rowan Valley Lark Urban Crib

So crisp and so clean! This modern design gets a fashionable boost from contrasting legs.

Little Seeds Rowan Valley Lark Urban Crib$263.99, buybuyBaby

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4. Gelato 4-in-1 Convertible Crib

This is another convertible winner made from New Zealand pine wood and birch veneer. Not digging the contrasting feet? They can be easily removed and replaced to better suit your look.

Gelato 4-in-1 Convertible Crib
$299.99, AllModern

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5. Serta Fremont 3-in-1 Convertible Crib

Eye-catching ebony piping will keep this crib looking cool long after you've converted it to a toddler bed.

Serta Fremont 3-in-1 Convertible Crib
$228.45, Amazon

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6. Synergy 3-in-1 Convertible Crib

Friendly to the eyes and your budget, this natural wood crib fits perfectly into a modern mom's minimalist design.

Synergy 3-in-1 Convertible Crib
$120.99, Wayfair

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I was blissfully asleep on the couch while my little one was occupied elsewhere with toys, books and my partner. She got bored with what they were doing, escaped from his watch and, sensing my absence, set about looking for me. Finding me on the couch, nose-level, she peeled back my one available eyelid, singing, "Mama? Mama? ...You there? Wake UP!"

Sound familiar? Nothing limits sleep more than parenthood. And nothing is more sought after as a parent than a nap, if not a good night's rest.

But Mother Nature practically guarantees that you are likely to be woken up by a toddler—they're hardwired to find you (and get your attention) when you're "away."

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