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Ready Rocker® 3.0

Leave your nursery, go about your life!
Now you and your little one can enjoy the health benefits of rocking anytime, anywhere.

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Brain Development

The rocking motion can stimulate a baby's sensory experiences, contributing to the development of their vestibular system. This system, responsible for balance and spatial orientation, is crucial for the baby's overall cognitive development. (Dr. Edward Zigler, Yale University)


“The results showed that the infants exposed to the four conditions that included a rocking component quieted more quickly than those either picked up and held at the experimenter's shoulder or not given any form of soothing intervention.” (University of Kansas)


“Infants who experience rocking motion have fewer interrupted breathing episodes during sleep. This important research adds to the growing information base that vestibular motion activities (such as rocking) decrease SIDS risk by helping the infant body to regulate breathing.” (University Children's Hospital | Brussels, Belgium)


Rocking provides an opportunity for bonding between the parent and baby. The comforting touch and rhythmic motion of rocking help strengthen the emotional connection between parent and baby, fostering a sense of security and trust.


Rocking can stimulate the release of endorphins, improving mood and reducing stress and anxiety. Stress reduction can promote better and longer breast milk production. (Dr. Brian De Benedictis, Neonatologist)


“People fall asleep faster when rocking. Additionally, they showed improvements in memory consolidation and spent more time in non-REM sleep.” (Cell Press summary of University of Geneva study)


“When I have a couple, or parents or even friends where one or both individuals experience anxiety, stress, PTSD...I teach them how to do therapeutic rocking.” (Leslie E. Korn, PhD, MPH, LMHC, ACS, NTP)


“Rocking is healthy for the mother as well as for the baby. Women who rock their infants for 1 hour a day recover faster after cesarean delivery.” (Amy Gagliardi, Yale University)

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“This needs to be on every mom's registry! It is very well made and is of excellent quality, will easily provide support for heavier people too. Worth buying!”

Maria F.

“I have had this product for several years and it is a wonderful product. Still works perfectly. It is for sure worth it!”

Sandra G.

“I’m so glad I got this rocker! All new moms need this. My 6-week-old is super fussy and will calm down when he’s being rocked . The rocker is really comfortable and has been a back saver! Love the portability.”