TYPES OF BABY SWING SETS
The irritating cries and whines could soon be a thing of the past with introducing a baby swing set in your nursery. When your baby cries, its either a call for food or its way of expressing boredom.
Of course you know what to do when the signs are there to tell you your baby is hungry; but to keep your baby happy and bubbling with laughter and loud shrieks can be so demanding. At first, you are so quick to cuddle your baby in your arms and swing it back and forth; yes… Your baby is thrilled and ecstatic. but you know, you slow down the motion gradually and before long, it becomes still. Oh no! I was enjoying that, why did you stop so soon?
The baby seem to suggest with an ensuing ear-splitting cry. You must have gone furious before you realise your baby can’t understand your hands go weary. Just what do you do at this point? your hands are tired yet your baby wants more. The answer is to go get a baby swing set to continue from where you stopped. With this, you can make the baby swing for as long as it wants while your hands are freed up to do the home chores or get busy with some other things.
However, with so many types of baby swing sets out there, making a good choice can be very confusing. But with a good knowledge of the features, pros and cons of the different types of baby swing sets out there, you won’t have to spend much time contemplating on what baby swinger to go with at the store. Below is a comprehensive explanation of the types of baby swing sets you can choose from
Basic Types of Baby Swing Sets
Like I said before, there are so many different brands of baby swing sets with different features, design and construction. But on the basis of size, they can be classified into two which are:
Full- Size Baby Swing Sets
If you really want to give your baby a treat and a super-normal swinging experience, the full size baby swing set makes a great buy. The first thing about a full size baby swing set that makes it almost impossible for you to miss out on it in a store is its imposing gigantic size.
Standing at an impressive height, the full sized baby swing offers a better elevated seat level that allays the fear that your baby’s leg could be sweeping the floor while the swing is in motion.
By extension, the higher seat level the swing has means that it would serve the baby for longer. A baby only outgrows using it after about 8 months.
Built to be a stationary and sturdy baby nursery furniture, the swing comes with powerful motors with a horse power to move the seat the full stretch of 180 degrees. If you are convinced a full size baby swing is the perfect choice for your baby, then they can cost $100 or more.. Its a pricey investment but it is sure worth it.
Portable Size Swings
If your budget and room space is rather too small to accommodate a full size baby swing, you can look in the way of a portable full size swing. These type of swing sets pack up light and can be carried along when travelling. It’s a great choice for nursing mothers whose lifestyle revolve around travel.
But while the portable baby swing offers you cost and small size advantage, it does come with its defects too. Its inability to achieve the full range horizontal motion of the full size baby swing set is one if its obvious flaws; this is owing to the fact that it has a shorter arc and a less powerful motor.
The fact that it is made of lightweight materials means that it can so easily topple over or fall to one side if not properly setup. In the long run, it might not be so cheap to buy one after all, as you have to power their motors with battery for the swing to work. Since they do not come with a power cable, running on electric power is out of the way; this maintenance cost cancels out the initial advantage that comes with its low cost of purchase.
Also, do not expect them to serve your baby for long. Eventually, your baby would outgrow them and you would be faced with the need to replace them with something bigger.
Before making a choice, it is pertinent that you compare pros and cons of both types of baby swing sets. It should provide you an insight into which best suits your baby.