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  1. There are also immobile play centers, which look very similar to baby walkers, but which have no wheels. Consequently, the baby is unable to move to dangerous locations.
    Debbie Holloway

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    1. Yes, you are correct that walkers do require more supervision. Immobile play centers are neat too!

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  3. I'm trying to research on baby swings and I've been looking at a few recently. I've come across different models from brands like Fisher-Price, Graco, Ingenuity and a few others. As an experienced user, which of these brands do you think is the best for a young baby?

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    1. I’m sure they are all good in their own ways! I can’t really comment on specific swings because we haven’t tried a variety, and I don’t want to comment without actually trying it. We have the 4moms mamaroo swing, and we’ve liked it. It’s more pricey, but thankful we were gifted it! It has more settings than regular swings, which is nice.

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  4. Being a parent myself, I would say that the two items which are utterly important for you and your baby's piece and comfort are a pillow and a baby swing. Per my experience, the ideal size of a
    baby swing should be about 16″ x 14″.
    Glad to see such an informative blog for all the parents out there. Keep up the good work!

    Thanks

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  7. hi thanks for the information and posts they were great :)
    best baby swings

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