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Traditional Playpens

Opened in 1926 by George Merick, the Biltmore -- a Mediterranean Beaux-Arts-style playpen with dramatic groin-vaulted ceilings, Arabian-inflected tiling and a palm-adorned central courtyard -- was once the tallest building in Florida and boasted the world's biggest pool. It also played host to a surfeit of royalty, both the traditional variety and those crowned by Hollywood. (And if you believe in psychobabble, more than a few ghosts have checked in over the years too.)

1-year-old PROOFED! Childproof your Christmas tree without putting it inside a tacky playpen! *Materials: 3 wooden garden fence panels ($5 at Home Depot); 6 right-angle chips from a 2x4 (the Home Depot Cutting Center has these for FREE!); zip ties. *Instructions: saw off the extra-long ground posts from each panel. Nail/glue 2 right angle chips to back of each panel (we chose to have the points DOWN...just in case). Zip tie panels together (fence should now stand on its own). Now Decorate!

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For parents who want to keep their sleeping infant close by, this Graco Travel Lite Crib is the perfect spot. It's 20% smaller than traditional playpens and features a removable full bassinet with quilted side panels and a canopy with soft toys.

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For parents who want to keep their sleeping infant close by, this Graco® Travel Lite® Crib is the perfect spot. It's 20% smaller than traditional playpens and features a removable full bassinet with quilted side panels and a canopy with soft toys.

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Pretty and Posh Pack and Play Cover

Pretty and Posh Playpen Cover ~ A perfect way to disguise plastic/nylon of a traditional Pack and Play

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