Rated 5 out of 5Â by MeandMyBoys I love the portability of this product!
This product is perfect for travel. When closed up it fits nice in my vehicle and provides a familiar place for baby to relax or sleep when we are not at our own house. It can also easily be brought from room to room because it fits through doorways without having to close it up. I also like how easy it is to remove and wash the pad. My only gripe about the product would be that when the soothing unit âvibrateâ is on the buttons to collapse the product jiggle and make noise. Overall I love this product and use it on a daily basis. I would definitely recommend this product to anyone with a little one.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by mom4129 Stumbled on this by pure luck
This is the only place I can put my six week old son to sleep in at night. He has a lot of gas and loved falling asleep cradled in my arms. Anywhere else he would wake up within five minutes crying. He prefers to be upright and the rock n' play sleeper is the only item I've found that is an inclined sleeper. The sides enclose him in to feel safe and secure. During the transistion of putting him in the sleeper from my arms the rocking feature puts him back to a sound sleep within minutes. Also, the portablility of this is amazing. We frequently fold it up and transport it up and down the stairs for daytime/nighttime as needed. I've had friends come over and say how amazing they think this product has been for them as well and would recommend this product to anyone.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by MamaR Calms my babies!
I got this as a gift and my newborn twins love it! I feed them sequentially: after the first baby finishes feeding I put him in the rocker, which keeps him semi-upright to decrease the probability that he will spit up. Then I feed the second baby while rocking the first baby with my foot. Both kids like the vibrations, as well. The first rocker I got had a problem with one of the joints, but Fisher-Price is replacing it for free.
One great thing about this rocker is that it's easy to clean. Another great thing is that the baby can often suck his pacifier back into his mouth after letting it go because the pacifier stays between the baby's face and the side of the rocker.
When both twins are fussy at the same time, I put one in the rocker and hold one. Sometimes I have to switch which one I hold, but usually at least one baby is happy in the rocker.
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