The Fisher-Price My Little Snugabunny Cradle ‘n Swing offers babies soothing music, multiple swinging motions and a choice of three different positions. Moms, dads and Grandparents love the fact that it is easy to change swing positions, is easy to transport and folds for storage. Users interested in saving battery can plug this swing in and use the motor. The name explains that the manufacturer designed this swing to provide baby with a plush, soft place to snuggle into while swinging. The mirror mobile over baby’s head provides entertainment that helps to distract even the fussiest baby. This swing provides both the traditional front to back swing as well as a side-to-side cradle swing to please whatever swinging style your first, second or third child decides he or she prefers.
Fisher-Price My Little Snugabunny Cradle ‘n Swing Features and Specifications
- It measures 34″ x 34″ x 42″
- It weighs 20.5 pounds
- It has a maximum weight recommendation of 25 pounds
- It requires 4 D batteries
- It is able to calm baby and promotes a sense of security with the soothing music and alternate swinging motions
- It has three choices of position in one swing
- It is very easy to convert from one position to another
- It has a plug-in option to save money on batteries
- It is portable and easy to fold for storage
Fisher-Price My Little Snugabunny Cradle ‘n Swing Review
Reviews praise the soft fabric of the Snugabunny swing versus some of the plastic-like material that other swings are made of. It is an advantage to be able to plug it in instead of having to constantly use the battery. The mirror mobile is actually visually stimulating to a baby and keeps the baby entertained. What baby doesn’t like to look at the image in the mirror? Options are good so having the ability to choose between going back and forth or side to side with the swing motions is good for baby and parent. The best part about this swing is how sturdy and safe it is, next to of course how soft and snuggly it is for baby to be in. A feature that is an improvement over earlier models is the buttons for volume control instead of a dial and the fact that the seat is deeper than it was before.
There is a baby weight limit of 25 pounds with this Fisher-Price swing, which is 5 pounds less than some of the other swings. When the swing is plugged in, there is a clicking noise but it is not an annoying or loud noise. This particular swing does not have a tray like other brands do and this can be a disappointment once baby is older.
Reviewers agree that the plug-in feature, the plush and deep seat as well as the mirror and moving mobile are the best reasons for purchasing the Fisher-Price My Little Snugabunny Cradle ‘n Swing. Parents highly recommend this swing especially if they have other small children around because of the stability of the unit.