Post # 1
We don’t have any yet…Maybe I should get on that LOL!
I’m was scouring craigslist for swings and I found a Fisher Price Zen cradle swing. I was looking for one that had the capability to use batteries or plug in, this one has it. I think the Fisher Price Snug-a-Bunny is the other one that can do that.
They also have the cradle/bassinet for sale and I was thinking of getting it for my Mom’s house or the office when I’m back to work.
Anyways I was wondering if anyone had this collection, or has heard good/bad things about it.
Post # 3
I don’t. We originally got a front to back swing, which our little girl of course didn’t like so we didn’t have much time to research the cradle swing. Not thinking ahead we ended up with one that is only batteries… thank goodness my dad went overboard at Costco for us b/c we use a lot! Smart decision going for one that plugs in!
Ours also turns into a front to back swing, which I like just in case the next baby decides she only likes that kind 🙂
Post # 4
We have the Fisher Price Snug-a-Bunny, actually my 5 month old is napping in it now. He loves it and we are thankful it was gifted to us!
Post # 5
We just got the Snug-a-Bunny 2 or so weeks ago. My son is 10 weeks old now and LOVES IT. At first, he cried every time I put him in it – I think he was so used to his bouncy chair that vibrates, the swinging motion was weird for him. But after a few tries he really relaxes in it. He takes a nice long nap in it every morning. I LOVE that it plugs in – so much better than running through dozens of batteries. Plus it’s quiet and has a nice design so it can easily stay in a living room area. I’m so glad we got it.
Personally, I would probably get an inexpensive bouncy chair to start out with. Your baby will most likely like it and it’s a nice starting point to have somewhere safe for your baby to sit when you need free hands. Since the snug-a-bunny is so expensive, I would wait to buy it once you’re a little more familiar with your baby and what he/she likes.