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Status Furniture 400 Series Stages 3-in-1 Convertible Baby Crib Collection - SCM030
Status Furniture 400 Series Stages 3-in-1 Convertible Baby Crib Collection - SCM030
Shop for Cribs from Cribs.com! The Status Furniture 400 Series Stages Convertible Crib Collection proves that hip modern parents don't have to settle for frilly traditional style when shopping for baby furniture. Available in several finishes this set features crisp blocky lines to complement the rest of your contemporary home decor. Get the whole set to guarantee a cohesive design with plenty of storage in your baby's nursery.Made from select hardwoods the crib converts first to a toddler day bed and then to a full-sized bed (conversion kit not included) so it can be used for a lifetime. The mattress can be adjusted to several height positions and should be progressively lowered to prevent your agile infant from climbing out. The crib stands on chunky square feet and has a solid back with a repeating rectangle motif that will impress when used as a headboard. Crib dimensions: 58.5L x 31.62W x 47H inches.The dresser starts as a convenient changing station and then can be used as a regular furniture piece for your older child. Made of wood solids and veneers this versatile dresser has six drawers for clothes and diapering supplies. A changing pad (not included) fits on top and puts baby at the perfect height for diapering. Later on your child can switch out changing equipment for a TV and other grown-up necessities. Dresser dimensions: 52L x 20W x 32H inches.The tall armoire has four deep bottom drawers and an upper cabinet with two adjustable shelves. Made of wood solids and veneers this armoire offers plenty of room to store clothing and spare linens. All drawers on the casegoods feature wood-on-wood glides and dovetail joinery for lasting stability. Armoire dimensions: 40L x 20W x 66H inches.

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Soul Consoling Tower
Soul Consoling Tower
In 2002 I wrote a five part series of columns on the internment camp Manzanar for the local paper. One of the saddest unwritten rules in our world is that when adults pick a fight the children suffer. After the attack on Pearl Harbor and the subsequent fear and distrust of the Japanese in America, it was a group of orphans that suffered greatly. At that time orphanages were aligned along racial lines. There were three Japanese based orphanages in America and all were on the West Coast, The Shonien (also known as The Japanese's Children Home of Southern California)in Los Angeles, The Catholic Maryknoll home also in Los Angeles, and the Salvation Army Children's Home in San Francisco. These were typical orphanages of the time housing true orphans and children with troubled family lives. But the round-up of Japanese in 1942 created a new type of "temporary orphan." Children left without parents due to government action. Even after the kids were safely taken care of in the homes, they were still subject to being up-rooted and orphaned in another way. Rokuichi Kusumoto, the man who founded and ran the Shonien home was rounded up in the middle of the night by the FBI while the children looked on. So many orphanage workers were removed that it created the problem of what to do with the children. At first, the government was leaning towards the idea of dispersing the children amongst the camps but Harry and Lillian Matsumoto, advocates for the children and eventually the Director and Assistant Director of the Children's Village at Manzanar, pushed for an orphanage to be established at one of the camps. Their plan was accepted and on June 23, 1942 the Children's Village at Manzanar was established. Forty children, thirty-two from the Shonien Home, seven from the Maryknoll home and one from a convalescent hospital in San Diego, accompanied the Matsumotos on the five hour bus ride from Los Angeles to Manzanar. The government did not provide furniture for small children or babies so furniture from the Shonien home was used to outfit the village. One week later 22 orphans and two staff workers arrived from the Salvation Army Home. Eventually 101 children were housed at the village, 54 boys and 47 girls. Besides orphans, the village housed children of broken or unstable homes, children with sick parents, and infants of unwed mothers. The age range of the children were from newborns to 18 year olds. One of the perks that the children had was that their dorms which were roomier than the average dorm at Manzanar. The Children's Village consisted of three buildings, a boys dorm, a girls dorm and a third building which served as an office and living quarters for the Matsumotos and a recreation hall. They had another choice benefit in the camp. They had their own kitchen and dining hall. A cook from the famous Los Angeles eatery, Clifton's Cafeteria, was their cook. They also had their own baseball diamond and basketball court. Emphasis in most orphanages at the time was on structure and a Christian environment. As Harry Matsumoto said "We realize that our children must be taught to become good citizens of the country of their birth and to believe in a Christian way of life." Morning church services were not mandatory but every event of the day was strictly scheduled. The children went to the regular schools at the camp and were encouraged to interact with the general population. Because of the long standing prejudice against orphans of the other internees at Manzanar, the Children's Village residents were looked down upon and isolated, virtually creating a smaller camp within Manzanar. The children who got the most grief from other residents were the "hapas." Hapas were the children that weren't purebred Japanese. One poor guy that had a hard life was Dennis Tojo. He was half Japanese and was raised predominantly as a caucasian. Because he was taller and bigger than the other children with blond hair and blue eyes he was particularly singled out. The fact that his last name was the same as Japan's Prime Minister of War didn't help matters either. He added his father's name, Bambauer, to his own later. With the expected closing of the camp, the Matsumotos were freed from the camp and Eva M. Robbins was appointed director of the village. Robbins' main duty was to figure out how to resettle the children after the camp closed. Some were reunited with parents or other family members, some were sent to wage homes, some were put up in hospitals, and some were sent to foster homes. According to the final report on Manzanar almost half the children returned to one or both parents, 25 percent were divided among institutions and wage homes. Only a few were adopted or put in foster homes. The Children's Village was officially closed December of 1945. The sad thing about the residents of the Children's Village was that the only thing worse than being uprooted and sent to the
HATHORION
HATHORION
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free baby furniture plans
free baby furniture plans
DaVinci Emily Convertible Baby Crib in Cherry
The Emily 4-in-1 Convertible Crib by Da Vinci is the complete sleeping system that grows with your child from crib to toddler to youth bed, making it the full solution for your child's sleeping needs. Stylish, elegant, yet very functional, this crib will accommodate your child from baby to toddler to youth. It features a static side with no moving parts! Built with thought for mothers to take their little ones out of the crib with little effort.
Features:
4-level mattress spring system
Converts to daybed
Converts to toddler bed with included guard rail
Converts to full size bed with full size bed rail kit M4799 (sold separately)
Meets and exceeds all US safety standards
Recommended for use with the M5340C mattress
Formaldehyde-free
Non-toxic finish
Made with wood from sustainable forests
Dimensions: 54.5"W x 34"D x 42"H

The DaVinci Emily Convertible Crib is an elegant addition to any child's room. The DaVinci Emily crib can be converted into a daybed, a toddler bed with guardrail, and a full-size bed. This versatility combines with sophisticated style to make the Emily Crib an investment that grows with your little one..

The DaVinci Emily Convertible Crib:
Converts to daybed and toddler bed with guard rail.
Meets or exceeds all U.S. safety standards.
Can be converted to full sized bed with separate kit.





The DaVinci Emily Convertible Crib grows with your little ones. (Shown here in white.) View larger.
Designed with Growing Children in Mind The Emily Crib easily converts to a daybed and a toddler bed that includes a guard rail. The full size headboard and footboard can be used later with a separate rail kit to convert this stylish piece of furniture into a full sized bed, perfect for older youths. And made from real pine with a handsome cherry wood design, this crib will nicely complement the decor in baby's room.
A four-level mattress spring system adjusts to provide excellent support during all stages of your child's growth. This dimensions of this crib are 54.5x34x42-inches (WxDxH), and it is recommended for use with the DaVinci M5324C 2-in-1 Emily Crib Mattress.
Designed with Safety in Mind
The safety of this full sized crib is certified by the Juvenile Products Manufacturer's Association (JPMA). Because it includes no moving parts, the Emily convertible crib meets or exceeds all U.S. safety standards.
Also available in:
Ebony
White
Oak
Natural

What's in the Box
Crib with 4-level mattress support, day bed conversion guard rail, full size headboard and footboard (full-size rail kit sold separately).

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