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Babyletto Modo 3-in-1 Convertible Crib with Toddler Rail - White/Espresso, Dimensions: 34.63 " H x 53.38 " W x 30.0 " D
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My son woke up screaming (instead of crying) from his nap. When I entered his room I found him face down on the mattress with both legs stuck in the crib slats. His left leg was stuck up above his knee, almost to his thigh. It was very difficult to free him because every slight move I made caused him to scream in pain. I was able to remove his right leg quickly but his left leg was stuck so tightly that I thought I would have to cut the wood slats. It took over a minute to free him - I had to lift his whole body up with one arm and work his pants up to allow for some slight give. He was distraught and now has several bruises on his left leg (which I documented).

THIS IS THE SECOND TIME THIS HAS HAPPENED. The first incident occurred roughly 6 months ago. Again, one leg was trapped and it led to extensive bruising. I did not report because I figured it was an isolated incident.

Attn: Babyletto/MDB Rep - do not reply with a canned "we follow industry standards" response. We can read your previous responses! I am trying to alert other consumers and the industry to consider different standards in the future! I hate the thought of converting to a toddler bed because honestly he is not ready for that. He is <35", and has never attempted to climb his crib! He just rolls around a lot in his sleep!
Injury→Injury, No First Aid or Medical Attention Received
My Child
1 years 3 months
I can't afford a new bed for him right now so I have to keep it.
Comment from MILLION DOLLAR BABY 3/30/2014
I am truly sorry to hear what happened to your child. Our cribs, including Modo 3 in 1 Convertible Crib have been tested towards all ASTM standards and CPSC regulations by a CPSC certificated 3rd Party lab on a yearly basis, to ensure that the materials and constructions are within the safety standards. Per standards, the distance between slats shall not exceed 2-3/8” (6cm). We would love to speak to you to further understand what had happened and how we can assist you to prevent this from happening again. Since your contact info is not listed here, please email our Consumer Support at with “Incident Report – M6701QW” in subject line so one of our experienced Consumer Support Agents could assist you immediately. Regarding the industry standard, we will reflect your issue and concern to ASTM, JPMA and CPSC. Thank you.

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