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swinging hammock?

(12 Posts)
Tipex Wed 30-Mar-05 21:59:47

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Jimjams Wed 30-Mar-05 22:38:59

bit different but ds3sleeeps in an amby hammock

Tipex Thu 31-Mar-05 22:15:57

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Jimjams Thu 31-Mar-05 22:34:50

The amby's good though as when they stir they bounce themselves back to sleep!

Boompi Fri 01-Apr-05 10:30:58

Jimjams - I was thinking about a amby? Do you recommend them?

alux Fri 01-Apr-05 10:56:21

Here is a site you may like to browse.
hammock

Jimjams Fri 01-Apr-05 14:23:15

I do Boompi. Wish I'd had it for my first 2. I asked aboout them on sleep recently and a few people had tried them out.

californiagirl Fri 01-Apr-05 18:53:27

We have an Amby and love it. It takes assistance to make it bounce, but not much. You can do it with one limb (hand is easiest, but when she was teeny I managed to do it with my foot so I could have both hands free to read). I am morally certain I have bounced it in my sleep before.

Boompi Fri 01-Apr-05 19:39:55

Anyone know who rents ambys?

fireflyfairy2 Fri 01-Apr-05 19:45:24

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&category=98473&item=4369551184&rd=1
this any good?

fireflyfairy2 Fri 01-Apr-05 19:46:55

sorry couldnt get it to add properly... just cut and paste

Boompi Mon 04-Apr-05 18:54:14

Thanks for that - looks v comfy!

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