Fisher Price My Little Lamb Cradle n Swing

I have to say that I love the cradle swings from Fisher Price, but when I saw the My Little Lamb Cradle n Swing I would have to say that this is my favourite design so far.

The colours are very soothing and it has an adorable little lamb design (the ears come off the side of the head rest) so it looks like your little one is the lamb – so cute.

The mobile at the top also features little baby lambs that rotate around and send your baby off to sleep. Just like the counting sheep cliché we all know. At the centre of the mobile is a mirror so that your baby can see his or her own face as well.

You can attach the tray table which has some more play toys (and another lamb) if your child wants to play, or take it off altogether for sleeping.

The colors are creams, whites and soft blues and greens – so it could suit both a boy or girl baby.

Like most of the cradle swings, it has a few different settings of movement and music that you can choose from.

The fabric is really soft and looks super comfortable (sometimes I wish I was small enough to fit in this myself – hmm that’s a thought – why don’t they make these for adults?).

It’s lightweight but sturdy enough to stay put and not topple over. Of course Fisher Price abides by all the safety requirements. It’s also quite easy to put together – although I made my husband do it of course.

The regular retail price for the swing is around $150, but I’ve seen it cheaper at places like Amazon which often has the swing at savings of around 20%. It’s worth looking around to see where the best price is.

If you are thinking of getting this as a Christmas gift though, then I would get in early as the My Little Lamb design is new and likely to sell out early.

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