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Okay - this thing has HUGE footprint. My friend has it & it takes up 1/4 of he rliving room. My swing was big (they all are these days) but not like this one. The other thing is, this one does not come with a plug in adaptor & for me that is a huge no no. My 1st hated the swing so it could have been monkey powered for all it mattered, he never sat it in. My next one though loved it & we had another relaitve living her at the time with a baby as well. Thankfully my very engineery-minded Dh (making up words now) knows how to make a battery operated thing plug into out walls even if the manufacturer can't manage such a feet...so he rigged it to be able to plug in. Thank heavens. It is ridiculous to require mondo expensive batteries that won't just be lying around your junk drawer (think D's) that you may REALLY REALLY want at 4am when the baby is not happy & the swing is slowing wayyyy down. I don't want my batteries to last "twice as long" I want the option to never use a battery if I am not going to be moving it around the house anyway. Not many come as plug ins & most are the old fashioned looking ones that are for bigger babies & just go front to back. BUT if you look hard enough you can find cradle ones that rotate that DO plug in. Manufactureres shoudl ALWAYS make them set up for BOTH - in case of colic & power outages....for real people. It happens.
spending my kid's college funds one woot off at a time
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It kind of looks like an AT-ST... kind of...
I Bet on Sky