Shop Best Rockers and Bouncers for Your Baby Christina Walter 21 November, 2019 Baby, Living, Parenting, Product Reviews Every expectant mother should consider investing in a rocker or a bouncer, and have it ready at home for their baby’s arrival. Bouncers and rockers are great for letting your baby chill out in a safe space. They’re brilliant at letting baby get used to their new surroundings, and make a welcome change from lying flat in a Moses basket – so useful in avoiding flat head syndrome too. Rockers in particular, are a brilliant soother for any baby in discomfort – we’re talking reflux, colic, etc. All of our recommended products in this collection are suitable from birth. All Ways Soother, Graco Introducing the ultimate in baby rockers – this little number has it all. With a range of modes, tunes, noises, twists and turns, spends and toys, it’s sure to keep baby entertained and relaxed from newborn up. The All Ways Soother is a 2-in-1 rocker; simply remove the rocker from the base for use all around the home. babocush The babocush for baby is said to be the next best thing to being held in your arms. Place and secure baby on their front to enjoy soothing vibrations and a gentle heartbeat to help keep baby settled and comfortable. The babocush is brilliant for encouraging tummy time, and a fantastic soother for reflux babas in discomfort. 3-in-1 Rocker Napper, Tiny Love Transform this 3-in-1 Rocker Napper from a comfy napping position to a fun rocker with one click. It has three reclining positions that are suitable for playing napping, feeding and later tasting solids! The Rocker Napper is fabulous at entertaining your baby, with its music, vibrations, lights and hanging toys. Kori, Maxi-Cosi The Kori from Maxi Cosi will provide your baby with maximum comfort for many months of use. It can be adjusted to three different positions, cleans easily and weighs next to nothing. Up Down Bouncer, Beaba The Beaba Up & Down Bouncer is great for keeping baby in-sight, engaged and safely supported. The bouncer can be changed to adapt to a different height, in just one click! There are four different height options and three recline positions. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE Rose Gold Is Still Bang On Trend & This Travel System Proves It How to Create a Stylish, Minimalistic Nursery 4moms Mamaroo Cradle, Harrods 4moms Mamaroo Cradle replaces the movements and swaying motions created by parents. It has five unique settings – car ride, kangaroo, tree swing, rock-a-bye and wave – which all echo the actions that help soothe baby and help them get to sleep. With its Bluetooth connectivity allows you to adjust settings from afar. Babybjörn Pearly Pink Bliss Bouncer, AlexandAlexa The Babybjörn Bliss Bouncer is an ergonomic baby bouncer that will give your baby the correct support. It’s lightweight and self-rocking so no need for batteries. It’s a product designed to last, as it changes into a chair when the baby is able to sit unaided. Suitable up to 2 years. Leaf, Nuna Sit back while your baby sways away. A small nudge can create up to two minutes of swaying action. The Leaf also evolves with your child and can be used up to 60kg! Steps Bouncer, Stokke To be used on its own or as part of the Tripp Trapp, the Steps Bouncer is a great part of the Stokke Steps high chair seating system. The Steps Bouncer has a really unique cradling movement, said to feel just like being cradled in your arms. The newborn insert was developed together with a paediatric physiotherapist in order to ensure your newborn baby will have the correct support when placed in the bouncer. Serina Swivel, Joie The two-way seat swings from side to side or front to back and has 6 swing speeds to fit your babies preference. It also has a two-speed soothing vibration and can play either classical lullabies or nature sounds to calm little ones. It has a 3 position reclining seat so can be used for playtime and nap time. READ NEXT Recommended New Baby Products to Hit the Shops Top Baby Gates for Keeping Children Safe at Home For competitions and offers from our favourite brands, click here.