The Nap Nanny is a portable recliner designed to increase comfort and improve sleep. The Nap Nanny is designed for infants weighing at least eight pounds and for those who can control neck, head and torso muscles. This product is not to be used inside a crib, play yard or play pen. Buckle the child in with the safety harness and never leave a child sitting in the Nap Nanny unattended. There are other alternatives to the Nap Nanny such as the Fisher Price i-Glide Cradle 'n Swing, Graco Soothe and Swaddle Bouncer and the Boppy Pillow or Lounger.
i-Glide Cradle 'n Swing
Fisher Price designed a cradle swing and glider that offers a variety of motion going foward and backwards or side to side. The swing offers four different motions to soothe and entertain your child. Additional features include two-position recline for baby's comfort, a variety of music and a fun mobile. The cradle swing offers security and comfort with head support. The swing stimulates baby's senses with the colourful characters and eight different songs. The maximum weight for this swing is twenty pounds.
Soothe and Swaddle Bouncer
Graco designed a bouncer seat that recreates the feeling of being in the womb. A built-in swaddle blanket secures the child giving a protective feeling in the soft deeply cushioned seat. The seat includes a two-speed vibration that gently massages the body along with five nature sounds and lullabies. A canopy is attached to the top of the seat, shielding light to allow the baby to sleep uninterrupted. The seat is recommended for babies under 8.16 Kilogram.
Boppy designed a line of pillows to help nursing mothers. Along with those pillows, they designed The Newborn Lounger. The lounger is designed with a recessed inside that safely supports a baby so the new mom can get things done while baby has a safe place to relax and sleep. Available in two shades, the lounger is perfect for a boy or a girl. Babies should never be left unattended while resting in the Newborn Lounger.
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