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Bouncers East Coast Nursery Counting Sheep Bouncer

East Coast Nursery Counting Sheep Bouncer

Bouncer, Grey, Music, 3-point harness, Toy bar, Adjustable backrest, Vibration, Material: Fabric, 0 - 9 kg

Baby Boutique
Baby Monitors Direct
in 12 stores
Bouncers Tiny Love 3-in-1 Rocker Napper

Tiny Love 3-in-1 Rocker Napper

Bouncer, Green, Blue, Black, Grey, Red, Adjustable backrest, Vibration, Electronic, 3-point harness, Music, Material: Polyester, Cotton, 9 - 18 kg



John Lewis & Partners
in 7 stores

3 tips when shopping for a baby bouncer

When it comes to bouncers, there are two main types you should know about.

First, there's the standard bouncer. This option is less expensive choice that's also lightweight and easy to fold up for storage. Plus, it allows your baby to rock themselves.

On the other hand, an electric bouncer is a bit pricier and heavier. You'll need to keep it near an electrical outlet or make sure the batteries are charged. But the benefits are worth it – an electric bouncer can rock your baby, create soothing vibrations, and even play calming music to help your little one relax and drift off to sleep.

If you've got a bouncer for your baby, you need to be careful where you put it. The manual usually gives a stern warning not to place it on a table – it could fall and seriously hurt your little one. But there are some bouncers designed to be used on tables.

One option is a raisable baby bouncer. These high bouncers can be turned upside down between the floor position and the table position, so your baby can join in on the mealtime fun without feeling left out.

There's a bouncer that attaches to a high chair too. Some high chair manufacturers make these bouncers, so your baby can sit at eye level with the rest of the family and enjoy dinner with everyone else.

When looking for a baby bouncer, think about what features your little one will enjoy. Here are a few to consider:

  • Bouncer with a lying position is great for newborns. It can give a cozy, cradled feeling that helps your baby feel secure and comfortable.

  • Bouncer with movement sometimes work well for babies with colic and can help calm your little one down.

  • Bouncer with vibrations can also be helpful for babies who prefer to be held while sleeping.

  • Bouncer with music can be a good choice for older children who want to be entertained.

  • Bouncer with sounds might do the trick if your babies is a light sleeper.

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