21 Baby Swings and Bouncers

A baby swing can help soothe a fussy baby, rock him or her to sleep or just provide a safe place to rest while you tend to household chores. The right baby swing depends as much on functionality as your child’s safety and comfort, so be sure to do your research before making a purchase. Consider the following when figuring out what the best baby swing is. More 
Bed Swing Bassinet
Rock your new baby to sleep in this hanging Bassinett. Handcrafted of cypress with an all organic finish. The bassinett hangs from 1/2 " three strand nylon rope form two points in the ceiling. Mounting hardware included. There is a 3" medium density fireproof foam mattress with cotton cover. Made in our shop in Charleston SC. Salt Wood Co.
“Bed swing” — liligt
Bumbleride Indie Twin Natural Edition Stroller
Bumbleride 2012 Indie Twin Natural Edition Stroller The Indie Twin Natural Edition Stroller in Walnut by Bumbleride is ideal for the urban, active + outdoor lifestyle. You and your little one's will enjoy a secure and comfortable ride accompanied by a look and feel like no other. With all the features and functionality of the Indie single, the Indie Twin’s independent seating...More
“Would be good for my twins” — Tashana Joseph
Cariboo Classic Bassinet
Cariboo Classic Bassinet The Classic Bassinet is a substantial piece of furniture with timeless style which looks elegant either beside adult bedroom furniture or in a nursery setting. Beautifully proportioned, the Classic Bassinet has a gently curved form, smooth rounded edges and excellent stability. Its heirloom qualities will make it a treasured item that is loved and used...More
“bassinet” — shopqeen
Bumbleride Indie Twin Movement Edition Stroller
Bumbleride 2012 Indie Twin Movement Edition Stroller The Indie Twin Movement Edition Stroller in Jet by Bumbleride is ideal for the urban, active + outdoor lifestyle. You and your little one's will enjoy a secure and comfortable ride accompanied by a look and feel like no other. With all the features and functionality of the Indie single, the Indie Twin’s independent seating ...More
“Stroller” — mollyklein
Bumbleride Flite Stroller
Bumbleride 2012 Flite Stroller The Flite is everything you love about Bumbleride in a small package. Blending all the style, comfort and safety features found in our other models; Flite travels light and complete. Built on a lightweight aluminum frame, the Flite features a multi-adjusting backrest, footrest and offers versatile car seat compatibility. Its unique shape fold...More
“Like” — emilykm
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Hushamok Okoa Stand and Organic Hammock
Made from sustainable wood and organic cotton canvas, this swing from Hushamok is a breath of fresh air compared to usual baby swings. It's modern, organic, safe and beautiful.
“Stream line and simple” — tylerstripes
Nature Baby
Natures Sway Organic Baby Hammock
A baby hammock! My daughter will, hopefully, take peaceful naps in this gorgeous and comfortable organic hammock.
“absolutely adorable” — manatees13
All Modern Baby
Dream Hammock with Optional Seat and Underlay
If your great modern taste rebels at the thought of an enormous swing in your home, consider this sleek hammock. Safe and sleek, this lightweight aluminum stand securely holds the organic hammock--and your grinning, cooing babe. Available Pieces: Includes Aluminum Stand, Organic Dream Hammock, Organic Sheet Set, Mattress and Travel Bag Optional Organic MySeat in Natural O...More
“Love the holder!!” — michellefduffy
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Should I choose a portable or standard swing?

Portable swings are convenient in the obvious fact that you can easily move them from room to room. They’re lightweight and smaller than standard swings, so they may work well for a home where space is tight. Standard swings sit up higher, which makes it easier to load and unload your baby to and from the swing. They take up more space, so you’ll want to be sure you have a spot in your home with adequate room.

How do I ensure my swing is safe?

This is the most important factor to consider when purchasing a baby swing. Look for a swing with a five-point harness or restraint system so your baby doesn’t slip or climb out. Also, be sure that the swing has a wide base and low center of gravity to reduce the potential of tipping over. To ensure your baby’s comfort, look for padding and an infant head support.

Should my swing have a recliner?

If you plan to use the swing from infancy to older baby, a recline option is definitely suggested. This way, you can customize it to lean further back for a newborn who can’t support his or her own head, and sit upright as the baby becomes stronger. Reclines are helpful for older babies too: when they fall asleep, you can tip them back for added comfort.

Should I consider baby swings that come with trays?

Make sure the tray is either flip-out or fold-up so you can remove a sleeping baby with ease. Even when awake, a portable tray will help you avoid accidentally scratching your baby’s legs on the edge of the tray.

What type of motion is best for my child?

Swings generally move from side-to-side, back-to-front or both. Every baby is different on what he or she prefers: unless you settle on one that has both options, test them out with your baby before making the purchase. Babies also respond differently to the speed of the swing, so it may be wise to find something with several options to best suit your baby.

Should I choose a wind-up or battery-powered swing?

Battery powered swings tend to be more convenient; although you need to consistently purchase new batteries. They’re quieter and offer different and more speeds. Wind-up swings are generally less expensive but consider that you’ll have the task of winding them by hand which can be noisy, particularly for a napping baby.
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