Hi. I’m Hallie Scheflin from American Baby
Magazine. And I’m here to tell you what to look for in a
swing. Ideally, a swing should have several speed options and
many ways to turn the seat. That is so you can find the position and speed that your
baby loves. If you don’t mind the seat only moving one
way, a portable swing takes up much less space.
Some swings have the option of running on batteries and
also from an outlet. Newborns and infants up to 4 months
old seem to love swings the most. Many will leave
in sleep there. Though it’s recommended that
you keep trying to lay a sleeping maybe in his crib so that it
gets used to falling asleep there. He can’t sleep in
the swing forever.