The invention is an infant stroller with an integral rocking mechanism intended to rock a child to sleep.
Inventor Claire M. Brien and Stephen A. Brien of Royal Oak, MD have created an infant stroller with an integral rocking mechanism intended to rock a child to sleep.
Infants and newborns love to be rocked to sleep. The methodic movement works magic on fussy or crying babies. Many parents and care providers find that a stroller that is moved gently back and forth forms the ideal method for helping a child get to sleep and stay sleep. However the moment the movement stops, the child will wake up and perhaps cry even louder. This forces the parent or care provider to spend up to hours rocking the child which keeps them from performing other tasks. Inventors Brien have developed a means by which small children can be rocked to sleep and kept asleep in strollers without requiring the constant attention of their parents to produce the rocking motion.
This clever new invention automatically produces a rocking motion. It frees the caregiver to perform multiple tasks. It is cordless and battery powered and collapses for easy storage and transport. It has a quiet operation and variable rocking speeds. The use of the Automatic Child Rocking System provides the soothing comfort of rocking in a stroller which allows them to quickly and easily fall asleep and stay asleep while parents and care providers attend to other tasks.