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    Default Fisher Price 2-in-1 Swing and Rocker OR Starlight Papasan Cradle Swing

    Hi,

    Mods, please move if this is in the wrong section.

    I am looking at getting either one of the above swings for bub... does anyone have either/or? Which one would you buy?

    Thanks.

    A.

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    I have the lamb papasan swing cradle, and it is one of my favourite purchases! DD2 has all of her daytime naps in it....it is invaluable!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mia78 View Post
    I have the lamb papasan swing cradle, and it is one of my favourite purchases! DD2 has all of her daytime naps in it....it is invaluable!
    We have that too and yep, it's fantastic. DS only napped in it during the day up until a month ago, and it used to put him to sleep when nothing else would. Magical! I would have paid $1000 for it!

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    I got a fisher price swing, maybe different to this one though. I was hoping it would help with my DD's day naps but it didn't and she wouldn't fall asleep in it. It's great to keep her amused while I eat dinner etc. though

    I got it when she was about 6 weeks old.

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    I know I'm resurrecting an old thread but I was hoping that the OP could let me know where you saw the Starlight swing for sale? I really really want that one, but can't find it anywhere!

    Many thanks,

    Cat x

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    Oh... from memory, some baby shops sell it, Ebay, Deals Direct... the one I was looking at was on Amazon, but it didn't have the correct AC outlet for Australia - apparently though you can buy the adapter... HTH!


 

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