2 More Fisher-Price My Little Snugabear Products to Share!10:29 PM
We have already told you about how much we love the Fisher-Price My Little Snugabear Cradle N' Swing and the Rock and Play Sleeper. We received two other products from the line, as well. Although we haven't had as much of a chance to use them, due to my son's age and our current needs, they are consistent with the quality and practicality of the rest of the products we tried!
First, let me tell you about the high chair...
The Space Saver High Chair is perfect for fitting on any of our dining room chairs. It secures to the chair without any issues, providing a safe place for an older baby to eat without taking up the room that a stand-alone chair takes up. As I mentioned in my previous post, I really like the Snugabear design, because it is clean, simple, and appropriate for both a boy or girl. The surfaces all clean up quite well, and the tray is large enough to hold most infant and toddler tray-style plates. (The tray is also easy for me to remove with one hand, if needed, but not so easy to remove that I have to worry about a mischievous toddler taking it off and throwing it!)
Finally, we also reviewed the My Little Snugabear Bouncer. Since we already use the Rock and Play Sleeper almost all the time, this product is a bit redundant. It also sits very low to the ground, which is an issue with a dog at home. However, I see a purpose for this adorable bouncer to be used when we go places (like Grandma's), to give our new baby a clean, safe place to lay while we visit with the grownups. It's super-portable, light, and takes up almost no room. It features vibration action and a cute mobile with toys to keep baby entertained.
My overall impression of the Fisher-Price My Little Snugabear line is that they have thought of everything. Whether you want a fancy baby product with all the bells and whistles, or you just need a safe product for baby to use that makes good use of space and is pleasing to the eye, this is one line of products that would work for any infant in any home with any décor. I remember how distracting and loud the designs were for babies when I first became a parent. It's nice to see a company trying hard to remember that most infants and parents share their spaces -- and that there is no reason why baby-friendly tools that parents find attractive can't exist at an affordable price!
Check out the entire line at Walmart, or read our first review for more details on the other products.
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