Babyhug Amber Car Seat Cum Carry Cot With Rocking Base Review
A carry cot is an essential accessory for all the parents when their babies are above six months of age. I am Sonal, a new mom and a homemaker. I cannot carry my baby in my arms all the time as my baby is just two months old. I purchased a carry cot, so when I am doing household work, I can make my baby sleep in it and have him near me at all times. I found this product very useful.
I use it to secure my baby in the care when we commute together as well, and while I have my evening free time. The best thing I loved about this product is its quality. It makes my baby feel comfortable and cosy and also relaxed.
It is a multipurpose product, and if you are a working mom and you need to carry your baby while driving, then I think you should purchase it without a second thought. With this carry cot, it is very convenient for me to carry my baby from one room to another.
It is the best product that can be used for 0-6-month-old babies. It can be used as a rocker or a chair, too. Newborn babies can be handled easily in this carry cot. My baby feels very happy while lying down; he plays in it and laughs aloud because it gives him the feel of a bed.
It also comes with a safety harness, so you only need to fasten the saddle, and your baby is protected. The fabric is thick and soft to touch. There are various colours available, but I liked the back one because it will not get dirty quickly.
I recommend this product to all the new moms as it is value for money, and you are stress-free for the next six months.
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