I, I’m Gillian Lawton. And this is real quick today. We’re looking at swings and we’re going to compare the gray coast. Simple sway to the famous mama. Ru this is much less expensive than the mamaRoo. It swings back and forth, different motion than the mama room.
You have different settings, different speeds. We usually put ours on for now. It does make this ticking sound. It didn’t use to make that, but I feel like maybe cause our baby’s getting a little heavier, but I kind of like it it’s a little hypnotizing difference that sounds different vibration settings.
I found that my baby’s head was going to the side. So, I had to just add my own, you know, one of these things that they make for like car seats or whatever, but it was so easy to just put on and it solve the problem right away.
Pros: Graco Simple Sway Swing
- This is inexpensive
- It’s easy to put together
- My baby likes it.
- It plugs in, or it’s also battery-operated. It does have a lot of features kind of similar to the ones that the mom has a disadvantage, it’s really cumbersome. It’s hard. If I’m going to carry it or bring it in and out of a doorway, it’s easy to put together. But if you are like bringing it somewhere and you’re taking it apart and putting it together,
- It’s a little much now
For the famous mamaRoo, this is more expensive, but it does come with a lot of perks.
- First off, just looking at it.
- It’s a much sleeker design.
- It is not overwhelming.
- It’s not cumbersome.
- It’s light.
- It’s easy to travel with. If you need to bring a swing with you somewhere, you can connect it to your phone. And, uh, it has Bluetooth.
So you can change the settings, turn it on, turn it off from your phone. But you have like the kangaroo, the car ride, you have all these different settings that you can put it on, which is fun. And your baby can see which one they like best.
There’s also sounds soothing. It also connects to MP3 players. And again, you can play music with your Bluetooth as well. So you’ve got so many cool techie options with the mom room.
Do you need an infant insert if you’re going to, you don’t need one, but your baby’s going to be more comfortable in one because they are kind of lost if they’re really small. So that’s sold separately.
But what I love about their, their infant insert is they have like neutral, which I like, but if you’re more, if you like more colorful things, they also have this.
So, I, I appreciated that it was reversible. They really thought of everything downside again, price. And I did have my base break and so did my sister-in-law. Um, but their customer service was great. They shipped a new one right out.
So, you can take a look at these two swings. You know, If price is a factor, I totally recommend Graco. But if you want that sleek look, mamaRoo baby loves both equally.
Speaking of that, my question for this video is what kind of swing does your baby, like? What swings are you into in your house?
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