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    Default Bouncer?

    Not sure if I should bother getting a bouncer for number 2? However this time will have a 32 month toddler when bub is born.

    Can anyone recommend a bouncer?
    We live in a hot climate so the material would need to be cool and breathable too.

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    What about the older style net bouncers? They're the most breathable I can think of without doing any further research.

    And yup, my ds loved his bouncer (even though it was a cheapy) and I've kept it to use again with this bub.


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    Thanks I do have an older style frame which I used with our first bub. Does anyone know where I can buy a cute cover for this?

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    Thanks I do have the older style bouncer frame. Does anyone know where I can buy cute covers for these?

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    You can buy covers on eBay for Bouncernets.

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    Bouncers were an absolute must-have with both kids. Especially DD as she isn't so keen on being worn in slings/carriers unless I'm out walking. She still loves it at 4 months when she's had enough of tummy/floor time.

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    I loved my bouncer it vibrated and had toys over it and my dd loved it. Putting her in it while I had a shower or cooked dinner was a god send

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    Thanks will check out bouncernets on ebay!
    Does anyone know what age would be Appropriate to put bubs in the old style bouncer?

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    I didn't have the net, but I put a blanket over ours for padding, can use a neck support too if you wish, and started using it from a couple of weeks. Ds was big though (9lb 8oz and never lost weight) and was holding his head at birth! not sure if I'd start so early with a smaller baby, but he would fall asleep in it almost instantly.

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    I had a rocker and a swing ad loved the rocker!! I'd get one next time round for sure

    I think it was a fisher price rocker (it was really expensive though)


 

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