We boaught this cradle 2 years ago for our daughter to sleep in. She slept in it until she was around 6 months old. Easy to move around, a bit more cosy for little babies that a lareg cot. Rocking mechanism was useful for gettin bub to sleep. Matteress was thin but easily enogh padding for a new born. Timber is little lightweight. Otherwise its was fine. Can't agree with the other reviewer who say's it's unsafe. Could be unsafe once your babay is sitting up but prior to that it's fine.
Looks, functioallity, mobility
Wood a little lightweight
Perfect to take in any room of the house
Well worth investing in this cradle from Baby Kingdom as it is portable and ideal to wheel into our bedroom whilst our boy was a newborn. This cradle is good because the cradle locks, from rocking however the mattress it came with wasn't very good therefore I invested in a new one and it was great.
Price, colour, lightweight and traditional looking to match with existing furniture
The mattress that came with it
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Exactly what we were after!
At 11 weeks old our second son started to outgrow his bassinet but I wasn't ready to put him in his cot in his own room, so I went in search for an affordable, streamlined cradle. I went to our local baby store (Baby Kingdom) where I came across the Mothercraft Rosella Cradle. It ticked every box!
At $186 (on sale at the time, I think full price is approx $220), the price was less than half that of the 2 other cradles in store. And it came with it's own mattress, which the others didn't. It was fairly easy to assemble (although my husband did ...
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