Is it worth getting an expensive one they can use for much longer or not??
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17-01-2012 13:27 #1
17-01-2012 13:30 #2
We uses our fisher price lamb something-a-rather every single day for the first 4 or so months for DS. Basically until he got too big for it. But it always put him to sleep. Was worth every cent of the $300 we paid.
17-01-2012 13:32 #3
The only place DS would sleep for the first 14 weeks of his life was his bouncer. The vibrations were a god send for us!
17-01-2012 13:38 #4
17-01-2012 13:52 #5
I think for that price you are better off buying a swing AND a bouncer
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17-01-2012 14:14 #6
Sorry, couldn't open link :-(
17-01-2012 14:29 #7
17-01-2012 14:48 #8
That one does look like it will last a long time I suppose.
This is the one I got, but like I said, it lasted about 4 months or so, til he figured out how to sit up. I wanted one like this because we have cats & dogs so this one kept him off the ground so he couldn't be sniffed/licked.
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17-01-2012 14:54 #9
Never had rocker and never needed one.
We have a bouncer though. Wasn't totally convinced it was good for bubs head & neck. But if you get a bouncer that converts to a rocker (I had one when my first 2 were little) then they are great.
A Jumperoo I would highly recomend.
Last edited by LillyPonds; 17-01-2012 at 15:38.
17-01-2012 15:20 #10
We have the little lamb swing and a fisher price bouncer. Both are invaluable. Didn't have either for DS1 and I can't imagine how much easier life would have been if we had!
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