All Things Baby ~ Graco Pack ’N Play Playard (review)

Clipboard04When it’s time to get home ready for baby’s arrival, Graco has many things that will come in handy right away. One thing that’s great to have set up and waiting for the baby to come home from the hospital, is a Pack ‘N Play from Graco.

I prefer to have the baby sleeping in my bedroom where she will be within easy reach for night time care and feedings. The Graco Pack ‘N Play I was able to review offers a cozy place for  her to rest and even has a fold away changing table. My Pack ‘N Play for review came in the Rittenhouse pattern.

Clipboard05There are some features on this Pack ‘N Play that I really enjoy. First, the changing table. It’s padded, has a wipes container built in, pockets for lotions and baby care items, a diaper stacker, and best yet…it folds away when not in use.

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Another thing I enjoy is the ability to have the mattress vibrate to sooth the baby. There is a pack that straps to the bassinet under the mattress and hooks to the control pack that is easily placed on the frame of the Pack ‘N Play. There are also options for a dim light, music, nature sounds, and a timer for these options.

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Finally, I love the optional canopy top to help keep out the light as baby sleeps. To set the canopy up, simply velcro the tabs on either side of the canopy. There are also 3 bears that hang from the canopy’s top to entertain the baby.

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As the baby grows, she’ll be able to enjoy the Pack ‘N Play’s bassinet top and then the mattress moves to the bottom of the Pack ‘N Play for use at family picnics or trips.   

Buy It:

You can purchase your own Pack ‘N Play Playard from Graco’s website or many stores. Prices range depending on the style you decide to purchase.

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