East Coast Nursery Tiny Love 3-in-1 Rocker Napper
East Coast Nursery
Tiny Love 3-in-1 Rocker Napper
Latest deals from trusted retailers
The 3-in-1 Rocker Napper features three positions that convert simply and quickly. As a rocker the seat can be used to entertain baby with the removable baby activated mobile with soft, friendly toys and a music box that plays nine different tunes. With the rocking function locked and the mobile removed it creates a perfect feeding seat and once your little one is tired a one-handed operation enables the seat to recline fully.
What we love
I put my baby in this from about four weeks as it’s very roomy and she rattled about in it before then, although there is a safety strap to make sure your child is secure. I added a sheepskin to make it a bit more cosy but will remove this as she gets bigger to give it a longer lifespan.
The Tiny Love 3-in-1 Rocker Napper can be used in lie-flat and chair positions. Millie loves all the melodies the ‘entertainment arm’ plays, and because there’s a clever volume control mechanism that localises the sound to just above where the baby lies it means mum isn’t driven mad by the ditties on a loop (although I still wake up humming them…). She is fascinated by the flashing lights and will happily “coo” up at the dangling snail and sun for half an hour while I get some hands-free time.
I really like that this is so far off the floor, away from drafts and my inquisitive dog’s nose, and it’s light enough that I can carry it around the flat with me (with her in it) so she can be wherever I am.
What to watch out for
There’s a vibrate function, so send calming vibrations throughout the seat, but to be honest I don’t know whether she likes this or not – I don’t use it much as she was sick the first time as I think it was a bit too soon after I’d fed her.
I sit with her while she lies in the Tiny Love 3-in-1 Rocker Napper, as it means I can eat breakfast and lunch with her, and chat and interact but still keep hands free. This is something I’ve used more and more as she’s grown – I’d highly recommend it as she is genuinely entranced with the lights and music. Overall, there’s nothing I don’t like about it!