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First Look: NEW 2011 MamaRoo Bouncers (WIN ONE!)

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We’ve told you about the mamaRoo bouncer before (naming it one of our 10 Favorite Newborn Gifts and 8 REAL Newborn Essentials), and now they’re giving Babble readers an exclusive first look at their brand new models, plus a chance to win one!

Take a look at the BRAND NEW mamaRoos + enter to win one!:

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Here are the four new 2011 mamaRoos ($239.99), which come with softer (machine-washable) microsuede seats in four fun new patterns (Paint Dots, Green Jacks, Silver Fireworks and Blue Clouds). The more plush, luxurious ride still moves the same, however, with five unique motions: car ride, kangaRoo, tree swing, rock-a-bye and ocean wave. Plus, the speeds are completely adjustable and designed to mimic our own movements when rocking our baby.

And although the mamaRoo comes with built-in nature sounds, we love that there’s also an MP3 hookup in case your baby prefers something with a beat. The overhead mobile is still the same, too, featuring reversible balls that flip between black-and-white and color. You can even recline the seat to six different positions!

Basically this is thee most innovative baby bouncer/baby swing on the market, and now comes with an even comfier seat. So do you want one of your own?

TO ENTER: Leave a comment below, telling us which new pattern is your favorite! (Note: The new 2011 mamaRoos won’t hit the market until July 2011, so you’ll be the first to see + win one!)

We’ll pick a winner next Wednesday, June 15, and announce the winner on the Family Style + Early Mama Facebook pages. (Extra entry for “liking” those pages! Leave us a comment and let us know you did!)

Read more about the technology behind the mamaRoo by 4moms.

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