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May 5, 2007

Rocker Glider with Ottoman

Dare to dream.

One of the first things you’ll want as a new parent is a good rocker/recliner with ottoman. And if you’re a good parent, this one. Of course you’re probably like me and can’t afford this one. Especially when you have to budget all the other items you’ll need to complete your new home decor (crib, baby seats, play pen, clothes, bottles, diapers…) plus all the things you already need to do around the house (fix the loose floor boards, reconnect that ceiling light, get the toilet to stop running, and baby-proof the house…)

Dutailier Nursing Ottoman - Chestnut/ Sage

Who wouldn’t want a contemporary style glider that is ideal for relaxation, reading, comforting yourself as you comfort baby, lulling baby to sleep? Especially when it features rocking, smooth gliding, reclining and a swivel design which makes a great addition to your nursery or living room. And this one has a nontoxic chestnut frame, constructed of Canadian Pine. It also features locking positions, padded arms, durable, top-quality hardware, glide bearings for smooth motion and a padded back. Imagine yourself sitting in comfortable microfiber upholstery with matching nursing ottoman (Sold Separately). The ottoman offers a pull-out foot rest for nursing and the same swivel gliding features of the chair.

All this could be ours for the low, low price of $740 (set). By the way, we accept gifts.

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2 comments

  • At 5:44 pm on May 5, 2007, Maverick Moon commented:

    Oh my, what a lovely glider! …ooooh $740…*thumbs through wallet*…well, shucks, all I have is a Santa Dollar from Christmas…will that work? :)

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  • At 10:22 am on October 14, 2007, Beautiful glider-rocker | archshrk pingbacked:

    […] it’s not the one we originally wanted but at $125 for the set it was a very good deal. We’re also looking into getting it […]

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