Swedish family company BabyBjörn is launching a new version of its classic: Bouncer Mini. It is ergonomically designed to safely hold your baby from birth until baby can sit unaided.
The rocking motion of the bouncer is similar to lying in mom’s tummy or a parent’s arms. This pacifies and makes baby feel content and relaxed.
While baby enjoys the safety and comfort of the bouncer, parents get the chance to do chores, make dinner or play with older siblings, which parents love!
The ergonomic design offers excellent support to baby's neck and back. Baby's own movements help to soothe as well as develop balance and motor skills. Soon, little ones will learn that these movements are soothing and comforting, which encourages rest and sleep. Shop For Bouncer Mini
“We’ve gained a deeper understanding of how important the bouncer can be for families in the early days, and used this knowledge to develop Bouncer Mini specifically for that stage,” said BabyBjörn Project Manager Thomas Aleblad. “This newborn-focused bouncer is a simpler alternative to Bouncer Balance Soft at a more cost-effective price point, making it a great option for new parents.”
Bouncer Mini can be used from newborn, up to the age of 6 months. It has two easily adjustable positions for baby and its detachable legs allow for easy assembly and storage. The new bouncer is available in silver and light pink, and makes a stylish addition to any new family’s home. The fabric is easy to remove and wash, is gentle on baby’s skin and completely safe for baby to chew. It is approved in accordance with one of the world’s strictest textile standards: Oeko-Tex Standard 100, Class I for baby products. This means the fabric is free from health-hazardous substances and allergens.
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Since 2012, Laura has spent much of her time around children conducting research in safety, development and growth of children. Her diverse experience around children has enabled her to see firsthand how playing with toys can be one of the richest sources of learning and communication for kids. Read more articles by this author