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Fisher-Price Infant-to-Toddler Rocker - Alphabets
The Infant to Toddler Rocker is a great grow-with-baby product featuring an infant rocker that easily converts to a toddler rocking chair. It is convenient for eating, sleeping, and playing and toddlers can use it all the way up to 40lbs! A removable toy bar features three spinning toys (giraffe, elephant, and lion) with bat-at activated music in the center hanging toy. Two-position recline and a kickstand ensure the perfect positioning for the baby or toddler. It also includes soothing vibrations, a washable pad, and a three-point restraint. Fun animals on the toy bar complement the fashion.
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Comments about Infant-to-Toddler Rocker - Neutral:
Love the colors they are really bright. Although it says it's a neutral pallet I feel it tends to be more boyish than neutral.
It's not so big, I feel my child will outgrow this chair quickly. I had purchased another Fisher Price rocker and it seems to be much bigger. My 2 yr old still uses it.
Comments about Infant to Toddler Rocker - Worldwide:
The only thing as good as holding your baby is having a safe place to leave her when you need to. These Fisher-Price infant-to-toddler rockers are safe, comfortable, and have enough entertainment for tiny ones to look at. The "soothing vibrations" actually seem soothing, and I see my 2-month-old looking at the different toys and stripes on the bar. When she gets tired, she turns her head and falls asleep.
I purchased the zoo-patterned chair two years ago when I returned to work after my first child turned 12 weeks old. It allowed me to get dressed and watch her at the same time. It's small enough to move from room to room, even with baby in it. Although it's marketed for infants and toddlers, it seems more useful for babies - my toddler is not interested in using it as a rocking chair.
Given that these are much cheaper than an electronic swinging chair (which my baby also loves), and much more portable, these are a great buy.