Table radio options for kids room

My wife wants a decent table radio for the new baby's room. She was thinking about the Bose Wave Radios but I've heard them and wasn't impressed. As an alternative I was looking at the Cambridge Soundworks and the Tivoli Music System. We're looking for one that has a CDP and iPod connectivity. Anyone have any experience with either of these units? The Tivoli looks like a nice piece and I've always heard good things about them.

Of course eventually my expectation is that I'll have the only little girl in the neighborhood that knows the difference between an EL34 and a 6CG7, but we've got to start somewhere.

Grimace, I think you'd be quite pleased with Tivoli..
Tending more towards the British/bbc sound--they have always reminded me somewhat the musicality of mini Tannoys, Roger LSs of yore (on reduced scale of course).

They'd reap benefit from care of placement--rear wall/corner reinforcement and siting them on solid surfaces will have them sounding fuller/more solid--or otherwise, could sound a little hollow.

And for as long as volume is properly minded, imo its hard to beat their ways with tonal (surprisingly organic and natural--for the price). Plus, you get great look as bonus--love the various natural wood and color options.
So after upgrading my amp to a Classe' CA-2200, which is fed by a Classe' CP-500, I again connect the Tivoli Model 3 to the preamp and marveled at the quality. Listening to the low power KTSU Jazz station one can tell they are not using the low quality MP3's that they had tried for a while. High end clarity was of course not as good as one of my other sources but was acceptable. It is also easy to tell they are applying a smile curve or at least boosting the bottom end. Despite the EQ'ing the midrange was nice.

So again, unless the current units are different, the original style (One, Two, Three) Tivoli's are a bargain.

Y'all be cool,
I've had a Tivoli model 1 for about 10 years. Its tone is very smooth, and it is great for casual/background listening. It is limited in its frequency range, although corner placement can help that somewhat. Has been absolutely rock solid and has very good reception.

Have also played with the Bose wave radio. It has more bottom end and really is not as bad as people often say. In the end, I sold the Bose for a tidy profit and kept the Tivoli. Will probably never get rid of it.
Just to follow up - I wound up getting the Tivoli Music System. For what we're looking for its actually quite good. It's a little rolled off in the highs, but it has good clarity and doesn't have any obvious rough spots. The CD loaded fine. It seems like its nicely made, and certainly more substantial that the cheap plastic Bose radios. Is it a set of tubed separates? of course not, but for a baby's room? Its fine.