This cradle rocks--literally

Babyhugs is looking out for exhausted parents. The Australian company has come up with a remote-controlled crib that rocks your infant to sleep.

Lullabub
Credit: Babyhugs

The Lullabub consists of four modules placed under each leg of a crib. The modules produce a gentle rocking motion that emulates the suspension in a car. The product has four settings and an automatic timer, so it can be shut off after a certain amount of time. It will be available for purchase online later this year.

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