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    kiwimum2b is offline Registered User
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    Question Baby Hammocks

    Hi there ... has anyone used a baby hammock before? They're suspended from the ceiling and look really comfy. It was recommended by my chiropracter as it's good for the babys back. I was wondering what others thought.
    Thanks!

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    HKFooey is offline Banned
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    Hello fellow kiwi.

    Some friends in Oz have suggested that you take a look at this web site. There are a number of comments from parents.


    http://www.babyhammocks.com/mbh.htm

    I hope it is of some help

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    val23 is offline Registered User
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    Want 1 too.

    Hello,
    Can we get this in HKG? Until how many months can the baby use this? It looks so comfy even I'd like to have one:lovedface

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    kiwimum2b is offline Registered User
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    Thanks!

    Thanks for that website, it was a big help - I'm convinced and definitely getting one! I haven't found them in HK but there is a company in NZ called Natures Sway (www.naturessway.co.nz) and they they deliver internationally. Cheers!

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    Footprint is offline Registered User
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    Thumbs up baby Hammock

    I used a "Nature's Nest" baby hammock with my first born, and he loved it. He was comfortable up until about 6 months or so then he wanted a bit more space. We found it great for travelling, and they also seem to help with colic, which my son suffered from. Some makers also claim that it's good for reducing the risk of SIDS. I'll be using it again for number two very soon.

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    suzannacsn is offline Registered User
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    This is very common in Malaysia. We call it "sarong". I even bought one from Malaysia back to HK. My second baby is using it now. I love it, saves my time putting them to bed. I hope both my babies truly love it too.

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