Fisher Price Infant to Toddler Rocker

We were recently given the opportunity to review the Fisher-Price Infant to Toddler Rocker, and I was really excited to see if Isabelle would like it. She has a bouncer at the moment, which she likes for about 10 minutes and then gets bored. It isn't very bright, and although it looks lovely, she just doesn't seem all that interested in it. The Infant to Toddler Rocker couldn't be more different from Isabelle's bouncer so I knew that she would love it!

The one thing I love about the rocker is it grows with your little one. It starts out as an infant rocker or stationary seat with a bat-at entertainment overhead. As your little one reaches up to play with the overhead Puffin and Lion toys they develop their motor skills. The rocker is bright, has a comfortable seat and calming vibrations to help soothe and relax your baby.

As your child grows, you can easily remove the toy bar and convert the seat into a toddler rocker. This is a feature I really love, as most bouncers and rockers get used for a couple of months and then your child outgrows it and it sits gathering dust.

It has two comfortable reclining positions meaning if Isabelle falls asleep we can recline her rather than disturbing her to move her. Isabelle must be very comfortable in the rocker, as she often ends up tiring herself out reaching for the overhead toys and then falling asleep.

Isabelle has really enjoyed playing in the rocker, I know it is a big hit with her as she is content and happy to coe away to her little Lion - he seems to be the favourite. I was really impressed to see that they are actual toys, rather than some plushes. Most bouncers have plush toys hanging from the overhead bar, which gets boring very quickly. I know that as Isabelle gets older, she is going to enjoy the Lion and Puffin more than she currently does (which is hard to believe as she loves them)

I have managed to put her in the Rocker while I get along with my jobs, or cook dinner. I like knowing that she is safe, and won't be able to fall out or get hurt - but also that she is happy, and content. There is nothing worse than trying to cook dinner knowing your baby is unhappy and bored, which then leads to lots of tears and burnt dinners.

I love that it is bright and colourful, it stimulates her and gives her lots to look at. With having a girl, there is usually lots of pink in our house, so it's nice to have a product that is bright, colourful and unisex. It also means I can pass it along to someone else when Isabelle eventually grows out of it - which won't be for a long time yet.

Overall I am really impressed with the product, in my opinion, it is brilliant value for money, and Isabelle seems very happy with it. I actually love the product so much I have purchased it as a baby shower gift for my cousin who is expecting a baby in Novemeber!

The Fisher-Price Rocker has an RRP of £59.99, it is suitable from birth, up until 40lbs/18kg.

- I was sent the product for the purpose of this review, however all opinions are honest and my own.


  1. £60 is not a bad price for a rocker that grows with your child and glad your baby loves it.

  2. We have this rocker and think it's really good! Poppy has loved sitting up in it and looking around, while Isabella enjoys shaking the toys for her :)

  3. Aww, this is lovely. Love all the bright colours on this. It looks great :)

  4. What a cute rocker. Love how colourful it is.

  5. Such a colourful jolly looking rocker. Your photos really show it off.

  6. Looks like a great rocker, love fisher price for their bright and colourful designs

  7. such a lovely rocker... its so clever that it grows with your little one too. I huge money saver in the long run x

  8. Ah I love that you can get more use out of it once they've grown a little. Our rocker was hardly used before our baby grew too big for it.

  9. I love all the colours in it too, great rocker

  10. Love the bright colours. This brings back memories I had a similar one for the boys xx

  11. Looks like a great money saver in the long run!


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