Alternate article title: Q: How many little Coloradans can you stuff into a Phil & Teds Traveller? [A: At least four.]
The NY Times enlisted a young, large family to try out five travel cribs of various sizes, price points, and degrees of portability. Though the P&T was pronounced "excellent," it was also "a pain." [I would add, "looks great," which is very important when you're out in the wilderness, am I right?]
Other cribs were "cozy," and at least two were "convenient." Which, after all, is what travel with kids--and camping in particular--is all about: convenience.
Just wondering aloud here: Is there such a thing as a co-sleeping bag?