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Post  jillsherb Thu May 07, 2009 12:31 am

We bought a baby walker from mothercare and for the first time we put him in it yesterday it was amazing legs were going like mad laughing smiling it was so magical it was like we'd given him the world there fantastic can push himself round so anyone thinking of getting one go for it and the the bouncer are brilliant for younger babies Very Happy


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Post  Emma Thu May 07, 2009 11:14 am

Keep an eye on him that he's not walking on his tip toes. Lucinda's physiotherapist says she often gets toddlers in who got into the habit of walking on their tip toes in their baby walkers and still do. I do think they're a good idea in principle though! Don't have much room for one in my house though.
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