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Yes, but as others state in reviews, it is thin. We used it for a time followed by the order of a replacement.
By A. Caruth on January 31, 2014
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I bought a thicker mattress. The same size that came with the cradle. I believe it says what size the mattress is. Been a while now. Nice cradle.
By Teresa Chandler on December 29, 2013
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yes it swings left and right. If you do not want to swing there is a stopper to hold it in place.
By babasgirl on June 30, 2014
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Most likely, no. If your baby is starting to sit up & pull up on things, I would be afraid that he or she would fall out of it. The cradle was ideal for my baby when he was first born until he started getting more mobile. Hope this helps.
By New Mom on September 18, 2013
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It only rocks and stops rocking when you push it by hand. There are two pegs that hold it solid if you don't want it to rock. There's nothing automatic about it.
By R. Steciak on August 3, 2015
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Putting bumpers in this cradle would be a tight fit and would be unsafe. Bumpers are bad enough in full size cribs but in the close quarters of a cradle it would be even more of a suffocation hazard. The AAP recommendeds strongly against having bumpers, comforters, or pillows in a baby's bed.
By becca on July 7, 2015
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I assume by "rung" you mean the vertical rods on the two side panels (the ones to the right and left side of a lying baby). I just measured it with a tape. The inner distance between the rungs is 1/8" less than 2" (i.e. 15/18 inches). Thickness of each rung is 1/8" less than an inch.
By PK on December 14, 2014
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I ended up just looking up cradle mattresses and bought the one with the best reviews. The one I got had an extra thickness to it but it was two years ago so I can't remember the exact one.
By C. Chandler on June 30, 2014
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Technically 50 lbs. but I would stay away from that for an extended period of time. Stay under 25.
By Yousif A. Hassan on May 12, 2014
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yes, can it can!
By Michael Küpper on March 29, 2014