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I am looking for something for my next babe. I don't want to get the big plasticey PBDE-sprayed mechanized Fisher-Price type swing, so a hammock would be a good option. I know the Amby recall kind of scared people. It actually scared me too. I think the Amby is too soft on the sides and is solid fabric (as opposed to the hammocks that have netting), so if the baby should happen to slide over and have their face to the side, they wouldn't necessarily be able to free their nose.
Does anyone use a hammock-style sleeping swing they like a lot and trust?
I like the design and price of this one, but have never heard of the company: http://www.amazon.com/ZupapaTM-Updated-Hammock-Bassinet-dreaming/dp/B004Y2F56E/ref=sr_1_4?s=baby-products&ie=UTF8&qid=1316114398&sr=1-4
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