*Thank you Graco for sponsoring this post. Regardless all thoughts and opinions are my own and I only recommend products we truly love.
I feel like things in the baby world are constantly changing. Like what foods they are supposed to start when, and of course the ever-evolving world of baby products. Technological advancements, parents who want products to look trendy, and lots and lots of research mean that there are constantly new innovative baby products coming out. And today I’m talking about a baby product classic that incorporates new technology to pretty much make the best baby swing that could possibly exist: the Graco Sense2Soothe Swing featuring Cry Detection™ Technology.
Baby swings are nothing new, but Cry Detection Technology is and is a total game changer. The swing and the Cry Detection Technology is pretty easy to use – when baby is happy the button is blue, but when baby starts to get fussy it turns to green which indicates that the chair has picked up on baby’s crying and is adjusting its settings and functions to figure out what setting will get baby to calm down and stop crying. Once the swing’s settings have adjusted to soothe your baby, you can save those settings. The next time baby gets fussy you just can adjust to the Parent Mode setting and the saved settings will begin to activate. Crazy right?
And on top of the Cry Detection Technology this swing is super cute and aesthetically pleasing to those of us who stray away from bright cheesy baby products. It has top notch safety features so you can be confident that your baby is safe and sound while using this swing. It also has eight soothing motions to pick from that mimic a mother’s natural motions and will figure out which one your baby likes best It also has different white noise settings, a three position recline and a top that can be detached to make a portable rocker that can be carried around the house.
A lot of people stay away from products that they feel like they won’t get a lot of use out of, but this one I truly feel you can. Millie still fits in it comfortably at 8 months and lately we’ve been using it a lot because of her teething and constantly wanting to be held and rocked which is next to impossible with 3 kids.