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Fisher-Price My Little Snugabunny Newborn Rock n' Play Sleeper (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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About the Product
  • Cotton
  • Imported
  • An inclined seat to make napping more comfortable
  • Extra deep seat with a structured insert for baby's comfort and security
  • Features gentle rocking action with a push from mom
  • Luxurious, soft fabrics with cute bunny ears to cradle baby
  • Lightweight and easy to use
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Product Description

Product Description

Designed with restful nights in mind, this newborn sleeper has a comfortable incline for your little one. Deluxe cuddly fabrics, mesh sides and an ultra-plush bunny head rest and insert are just what baby needs to feel relaxed and secure. With a gentle push, you can rock your precious baby. A sweet, soft rattle bunny keeps baby company and a storage pocket is perfect for little extras. The lightweight frame folds for easy portability and storage. For ages birth to 6 months.

From the Manufacturer

Soothe, Nap, or Play! What makes this seat perfect for newborns is that it's extra deep with a structured insert that surrounds them in comfort and makes them feel secure. The seat is also inclined, which makes napping more comfortable for babies who need their heads elevated. And with help from mom, baby can rock the day away—soothe, nap or play! Other features include three-point restraint to keep baby secure, a toy bunny for soothing & entertaining, and a washable insert for comfort and support. Plus it's very lightweight, so it's easy to move around the house.

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Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions33.2 x 12 x 6 inches
Item model numberW9443
Maximum weight recommendation25 Pounds
Batteries requiredNo
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Best Sellers Rank #54,918 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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I am currently expecting my second child after a long hiatus after my first. The first time around, I can tell you, I bought every baby item there was. This was pre-recession and money flowed a lot more freely -- plus, all that mommy guilt --> Don't you want the best for your child? So, I got the fancy bassinet, the Mini Co-Sleeper, baby bouncer, baby swing, crib, vibrating chair, the works.... Well, a lot has changed since then. As my daughter got older, I realized which stuff was essential and which things were fodder or luxury items that I shouldn't have bought (hint: you can't always tell by the price). Moreover, the recession put many of us into a frugal state of mind. People shouldn't be impressed by how much money you can throw away, but on how wisely you spend what you have.

So, this time around, I'm doing things a LOT more wisely and re-using or borrowing a lot of baby items--particularly when it comes to stuff baby will outgrow in the first 6 months. But wouldn't you know? This Fisher Price Snugabunny Rock n' Play sleeper has me soooo excited! And I would not hesitate to tell every new expecting mom to rush out and get one.

First, let me describe the item. It reminds me of a bassinet/sling combo. Rather than having an entirely flat surface to sleep on, the fabric is suspended from two arms to gently wrap the baby so that he/she feels snug. Moreover, the fabric is hung at a slant, so that the baby lays at a slight incline. This is AWESOME since so many babies seem to have reflux issues nowadays.
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As first time parents, I think the biggest thing going into those first few nights is to realize that you're going to want to do everything you can to keep you baby safe and you sane. The first night with my son, we tried the crib, he wanted nothing to do with that. The second night we borrowed a bassinet. That would work for about an hour. Then someone mentioned our baby might have some reflux, which is very common in infants. We immediately went out to the local baby store and bought the older versions of this (Fisher-Price Newborn Rock 'n Play Sleeper, Yellow)

That worked for about a week, we immediately noticed he was sleeping better and more content at night.

As soon as we saw this product go up on Amazon we ordered it with overnight delivery (Love Prime!). He sleeps so much better in this that the prior one, most likely because the Snugabunny series is designed to cradle them more. This has an inset that cradles their body and their head in a nice soft padding. The older version does NOT have this.

This thing literally can be set up in minutes, It's 4 metal pieces and some fabric. Instructions are clear and the metal pieces are molded in a way that you can't put the wrong pieces in the wrong hole.

The entire fabric bedding, including the inserts can be washed on cold, gentle, and tossed in the dryer on low. This is key for us as accidents and spit up WILL happen.

This thing is light and folds with the push of two buttons. It's great to throw in the car if you're going somewhere where you might want to lay your little one down.
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I am writing this review with the screaming baby in the crib right now. This rock and play sleeper was super awesome for us. We bought the RNP sleeper when she was one month old and we were having hard time having her sleep.. This saved our lives and sleep. At that time we thought this was the best baby purchase we have ever made. She also has GERD and this has been a blessing for us since she can sleep in an incline. Now she sleeps like an angel in this rock and play sleeper. She sleeps through the night-sometimes over 9 to 10 hours-now and all she needs is a pacifier to fall asleep in the rocker sleeper. (She is 4.5 months now) Sounds like heaven, huh? Nothing can be more awesome, except,

Our daughter was not born with a flat head. Then her left side became flat because she would only look to one side. We made the correction by putting rolled blankets underneath the bunny flap. Then her entire head became balanced-flat. We thought doing tummy time and having her exercise her neck would help. But no, her head is still flat. I can see why this can be a problem because the older she gets, the more pressure she asserts on her head backwards, arching her back as her back gets stronger. I feel so guilty that we may have caused it because having her sleep in the rocker sleeper was so easy and convenient that we didn't think of the consequences. Her pediatrician has recommended that we transition her to the crib. The problem is, she associates lying flat as play time, since the only time she lies flat is when she is on her activity gym. She cannot rest her legs stretched out all the way comfortably when she is lying flat.
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