Fisher-Price My Little Snugabear Products are an Adorable Way to Start a New Life!11:00 PM
|Manasseh in his Rock and Play Sleeper|
You may have heard that baby #6 arrived last week! Manasseh Jesse Knerl came into the world a tiny 6 pounds and 6 ounces. He is healthy, beautiful and sweet. He's also a little prone to colic. He takes a while to settle down and rarely stays asleep.
As a work-at-home-mom who has 5 other kids to care for (and homeschool), I was immediately attracted to the Fisher-Price Snugabear Rock and Play Sleeper. I had seen it at my local Walmart and was told by my aunt (who runs a daycare) that it's a must-have for fussy babies. Since I would be recovering from a c-section after arriving home from the hospital, I loved the idea of having an alternative to a bassinet or crib that would be difficult to work around while healing. I also have traditionally used products like co-sleepers, as I like my babies to be close.
The Rock and Play Sleeper fits the bill perfectly. I can move it from room to room as I go about my day. It's small and light, fitting nicely next to my recliner (which I'm still sleeping in as I recover), and it will fit in my bedroom next to my bed when I'm able. It features a super soft fabric, breathable mesh to keep baby safe, and both battery-operated vibration and manual rocking features. It was also super easy to put together; my daughter assembled it in just minutes!
|The vibration feature on/off switch.|
|The super-soft baby swing seat!|
|The fancy control panel of the swing.|
Both of these product are available at Walmart and the Walmart.com site. We'll also be reviewing 2 other products from the My Little Snugabear line, so check back soon!
As a participant in the Walmart Moms Program, I've received product samples and compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Links to products may be affiliate links.