- Elegant, mid-century modern design
- Portable and very convenient to use
- Superior both in quality and value
- Not suitable when the baby starts climbing out
One of these days you’re going to need something bigger other than a sleeper for your baby. If you think it’s time to have a baby swing, this article will help you in making your choice on which baby swing is best for your baby, and your budget as well.
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Fisher-Price’s baby swing incorporates a lot of features in just a single device. These features can be set according to the user’s (or baby’s) personal preference for added flexibility and convenience. You can also tell by the looks that this baby swing is clearly a cut above the rest.
Moonlight Meadow Cradle ‘n Swing is absolutely gorgeous. It looks great in the living room despite having a wide footprint (3 x 3 ft.) which is typical with most baby swings. The design itself is characteristic of mid-century modern styles and uses subdued colors to make it easier on the eyes. The controls for power and settings are very intuitive and convenient to use, and they look really nice, as well.
When it comes to comfort, this swing is hard to beat. The seat is deep enough but not too much so your baby can look around and feel much safer. It can be adjusted to three different positions from completely lying down to a reclining position. Its plush removable insert and head support fits snugly into the swing and provides extra comfort for your little one.
Another interesting feature is that you can set the rocking motion side to side and back and forth by just pushing a button and turning the seat in that direction. It can be adjusted to lying down position which is suitable for newborn infants or a comfortable reclining position as the baby gets older. You can increase or decrease the swing level incrementally to suit your baby’s preferred swing. There might be some audible motorized noise during the initial swing but this can be remedied very easily by giving it a little assist at the start.
It has 16 lullabies and nature sounds to soothe your baby and hasten his napping. And it sounds really great. It’s very natural and very pleasing to the ears, not like the carnival-sounding midi in some models. They’ve also put some kind of nature-inspired holder for his stuffed animal friends to keep him focused and entertained while going to sleep.
Probably the most important part is the baby swing’s portability. The baby swing can operate both on a power supply (AC adapter) and on battery (4 D-size alkaline batteries). You can actually use this outdoors or when a nearby power source is not available. The legs can be folded for easy storage and transport. Setting it up is just as easy.
It doesn’t break the bank and it’s really cute. Fisher-Price Moonlight Meadow Cradle ‘n Swing is sure to give you smiles and your baby as well.
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