KidsII InGenuity Automatic Bouncer Review

Getting a baby to sleep can be one of the most frustrating things a parent must endure. Most notable is the endless bouncing to soothe them. Thus, cue my KidsII InGenuity Automatic Bouncer review.

I don’t know how many times I have had to use a ball to bounce my kids to sleep. As both arms are used to bounce away, I imagine what my hands could be doing: the laundry needs to be folded, a pile of email needs to be read, and the dishes need to be washed.

Bouncers seem to be a solution to our sleep deprivation woes, but most require the baby to kick for the bouncing to ensue. This is a great feature for motor development and cause & effect learning, but in the early days, we need more (especially more sleep.) Other bouncers offer a vibrating feature, but I don’t know many parents who can vibrate their babies to sleep. How is that a natural feature?

Having a bouncer that simulates the bouncing we do with great color choices (at Target as shown, or at other retailers in other patterns), at affordable price point ($49.99), with soothing & adjustable music, a movable play arch, and proper incline, it is no wonder I wanted to write and create TWO videos about the Kids II InGenuity Automatic Bouncer!

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Good luck!

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This review and giveaway was made possible by Double Duty Divas and Kids II, Inc. I was provided the featured product free of charge to facilitate my review. However, I was not compensated for my time in creating the videos and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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Comments

  1. Currently holding a 3 week old I just bounced to sleep… Ugh, could totally use one of these!!

  2. PATRICE JOHNSON says:

    Warm blanket, bottle and hold him tight.

  3. janie far says:

    I soothe my baby to sleep by rocking her in the rocking chair my husband built (okay, put together with instructions LOL) for us! I just know she would love this bouncer! Thank you for the opportunity and all your hard work!

  4. So cool! Would love to give this to my friend who just had a baby

  5. janie far says:

    After watching the video, you said you wished the bouncer had the ability to change out the toys. I agree =)

  6. I had a glider that I rocked by daughter in

  7. Heather S says:

    soothing music and lavender lotion help alot

  8. Right now I am soothing her by rocking her and cradling her close to me. It doesn’t always work! 🙁

  9. to get my baby to sleep, i typically rock him/her in the rocking chair and hum quietly.

  10. Kat Heitzman says:

    By singing and rocking 🙂

  11. i always rocked my babies

  12. that the toys were detachable

  13. jose benavides says:

    i just put my child in his crib and he falls asleep alone with no worrys

  14. Stacey Roberson says:

    I nurse my son to sleep, most of the time. Other times, I will carry and sing to him. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

  15. Stacey Roberson says:

    This product would be great with a place to plug in an MP3 player.

  16. Anastasia says:

    Humming while I walk around, bouncing and rocking 🙂

  17. Tari Lawson says:

    I swaddled my kids and then rocked them in my arms.

  18. Jessica S. says:

    I nurse him to sleep.

  19. We soothe by nursing

  20. I rock and sway and it could have nightlights

  21. I rock my baby to sleep 🙂

  22. Kimberly O says:

    I nurse my baby or put him in a swing.

  23. I love everything about it It looks easy for my son to relax it 🙂

  24. Jessica Eaton Ledford says:

    My baby always loved the baby swing to get to sleep. But first, a nice bath with calming baby bath 🙂

  25. by “Shhhing” and rubbing the back. swaddles help too!

  26. Jeni Lutz says:

    I swaddle him and hold him

  27. Smooth rocking back and forth- I think I’d fall asleep too if someone did that to me!

  28. Soothing music and rocking.

  29. Laura Jacobson says:

    Rocking and singing Hush Little Baby 🙂

  30. Casey Everidge says:

    bottle and rocking

  31. Monica Young says:

    I cuddle and hold, and rock my baby until she settles down, if that doesn’t work a short card ride usually soothes baby.

  32. Monica Young says:

    After watching the video, you said you wished the bouncer had the ability to change out the toys

  33. I use the baby swing.

  34. Mommyofone Shanna says:

    Haven’t had them yet .. I am due in 12 days with twins =)

  35. I nurse him 🙂

  36. you wish the toys could be changed, swapped.

  37. I give him space to fuss a little, but after a few minutes I always go back in, hold/pat back to soothe him and kind of “reset.” Usually he falls asleep on his own, but this is how I handle those nights that are a little more “rough.”

  38. I rock and sway

  39. Monique Rizzo says:

    Sometimes driving around the block a few times help.
    Thanks for the chance.

  40. A warm bath and swaddling.

  41. April Harvell says:

    I always rocked my first born. 🙂

  42. I am going to have a baby in december, so i guess i can tell you later

  43. Crystal Litz says:

    rock & read books & sing

  44. Rocking and singing!

  45. Britt Brill says:

    I love to sing lullabys

  46. McKenzie McClanahan says:

    By singing and rocking in the rocking chair!

  47. Misses Giveaways says:

    I usually nurse my son to put him to sleep.

  48. Misses Giveaways says:

    In the video you mentioned that you wish the toys could be swapped out.

  49. rocking him to sleep and/or his mobile soothes him

  50. I rock my daughter to sleep.

  51. Laura Jacobson says:

    In your video you had said that the downside was that you wished the toys were removeable and you could change them, but you did say that you might be able to clip some on

  52. We rock in the rocking chair 🙂

  53. your video says you wish you could swap the toys out

  54. swaddling and lots of cuddles. I wish it had the ability to plug an ipod in, but it still seems like an amazing bouncer!

  55. Lisa Ellis says:

    I had to rock my son to sleep

  56. Chrissy Nestor says:

    By rocking her

  57. I always rocked my son to sleep

  58. Rocking & Singing 🙂

  59. I walk with him and rub his back – this would help save my arms for round 2

  60. Vivian Sun says:

    Usually by nursing or walking/rocking.

  61. Vivian Sun says:

    Changing the toys would be cool on this bouncer.. Like you said in the video!

  62. I put my guy in his swing to sway him to sleep.

  63. Valerie Taylor Mabrey says:

    swing or sing!

  64. I rock her and sing to her

  65. Rocking always helps!

  66. Teresa Thompson says:

    I swaddle her and pat her butt. Oddly, it works.

  67. Robyn Galloway says:

    Swaddling and swaying has always worked for me!

  68. natalia ryjova says:

    i rockk her and sing softly.

  69. jeannine s says:

    I sang them you are my sunshine

  70. Paula Michele Hafner says:

    I swaddle and then rock them.

  71. Natalie Finch says:

    I rock her and sing to her.

  72. Amber Porter says:

    I talk about my day softly because I can’t sing!

  73. I do a body message

  74. you would like to change out the toys on the arch

  75. Singing

  76. My daughter likes to have her back rubbed to go to sleep.

  77. Richard Hicks says:

    sweet lullabies

  78. Richard Hicks says:

    you want the arch to be able to have attachments for other toys

  79. Melissa Alexander says:

    Each baby was different. Amber rocked chest to chest. Charlotte was more of a side to side bounce. Baby #3 is due in January and I hope to win this for him!

  80. Angela Garland says:

    Rocking in our rocking chair.

  81. Melissa Alexander says:

    You wish the arch had the ability to swap out the toys. I agree. It is also nice to just have them removable to be washed easily.
    Great Review!

  82. jeanne conner says:

    Sometimes we have to go for a car ride..

  83. Love that song!

  84. That’s a good point. It may up the cost but it would be a nice feature to have.

  85. Congrats!!

  86. Always a classic!

  87. Those times are rough but I like the ‘reset’!

  88. Nothing better!

  89. Wow! Congrats! I wish I was giving away two!

  90. Kathy Pease says:

    I always layed with the baby on my chest and that seemed to work

  91. Kathy Pease says:

    you wish it had the ability to add toys

  92. Jennifer Peaslee says:

    rocking and singing

  93. cassandra (rab pom) says:

    My baby loves a car ride!

  94. I love rocking my son to sleep at night.

  95. Corey Jordan says:

    I don’t know yet… Still expecting (:

  96. Caitlin McClure says:

    Don’t know yet, 37 weeks pregnant with my first

  97. Rocking to sleep

  98. I love to sing songs to my baby

  99. Angela Neynaber says:

    I rock my baby to sleep in my arms.

  100. rocking our baby to sleep in our arms

  101. My baby isn’t here yet, but as a former nanny, I’m a big believer in “The Five S’s” from Happiest Baby on the Block, especially the swaying/swinging movement and shushing. It really works!

  102. My baby isn’t here yet, but we will probably rock to sleep.

  103. You wish there was a way to switch toys.

  104. Lyndsey R. says:

    Nice bedtime bath, gentle rubs and reading books.

  105. Rock her in her stroller or by holding her!

  106. shirley zolenski says:

    Go for a car ride sometimes

  107. shirley zolenski says:

    You wish it had the ability to change out the toys

  108. I am a rocker and a singer!

  109. Rocking

  110. rocking him while he holds a lovie…

  111. Congrats Caitlin!!

  112. Congrats! Hope you are feeling well!

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