Nope, we're not pregnant nor will we be for a while, but I found this on some other blogs and I'm in love with it!
Not only is it neutral and modern, but the free movement actually helps baby's development and equilibrium. Stolen from the website:
"The benefit of suspending it in this manner is that the cradle doesn't rock in one direction only, but allows soft rhythmical movements familiar to the baby from conception. It also makes it easier to start the cradle moving. Experiencing its ability to control the movement of the cradle contributes greatly to the baby developing awareness of its own body."
You can find it here.
11 hours ago