Delta Children Sweet Beginnings Bassinet, Falling Leaves

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Posted on: March 4, 2017
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Providing a sense of security while also delivering on style, Delta Children’s sweet beginnings bassinet features a lovely nature inspired print. Boasting an electronic music module with a nightlight which helps calm fussy babies.

Product Features

  • Designed for infants up to 15 pounds; Adjustable, removable canopy
  • Calming nightlight and soothing music; Comfortable sleeping area with fitted sheet
  • Steel frame and polyester fiber pad, fabric is machine washable; Dimensions: 33″L x 17″W x 45″W
  • Product weight: 10.5 pounds; Convenient lightweight frame with locking casters for easy room to room mobility
  • Large, two section storage basket for all of baby’s essentials; Meets or exceeds all ASTM and CPSC Standards and JPMA Certifications
  • This item is eligible for free replacement parts. Contact Amazon Customer Service for more information.


  • Kevin
    Posted on March 4, 2017 at 3:53 PM
    Good except for the music This bassinet has worked very well for us. It is a simple design without anything fancy or complicated which is what I wanted. The assembly took me a bit over a half an hour. The casters roll pretty well. For the price I wouldn't expect any better. My one complaint is the music feature. It doesn't have enough volume adjustment. The most quiet setting is far too loud to be useful. I never planned on using it anyway, but I didn't want my older child to turn it on and wake up the baby. I...
  • M. Stanley
    Posted on March 4, 2017 at 3:58 PM
    It's ok It does the job for us sometimes. I'm not sure why my baby doesn't enjoy sleeping in this too much but I think it's because he doesn't like sleeping flat on his back for long periods of time. We were able to stuff a towel underneath the mattress to elevate his head a bit, which seems to help. The nightlight seems to shine directly onto my son's eyes. After about 3 weeks of using this nighly the batteries died.
  • lisa
    Posted on March 4, 2017 at 4:24 PM
    The music is terrible, but we didn't use You get what you pay for here. The music is terrible, but we didn't use. The cover doesn't stay connected to the frame very well, so you have to continually click it back on. The wheels are terrible - mostly we just pushed it around the house rather than rely on the wheels. All that said, our baby used it for such a short time that these things didn't bother me too much. If you want an investment piece that you can use with several kids or for an extended time, pay a little more for something...
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