Monday, 26 May 2014

FIsher-Price Jumperoo - things we loved at The Baby Show

Baby girl loved the Fisher Price First Steps Jumperoo at The Baby Show, NEC a week or two ago.  We received a demo on the stand, and she was lucky enough to have a go. 

I couldn't get her out of it, she loved it so much!


This is a brand new Jumperoo that was launching at the show.  Older versions of the Jumperoo used to have the seat area suspended from a higher frame, a bit like a swing.  Not this one - the whole thing sits in a sturdy steel frame which sits like rails at the side of the seat.

 
This latest version of the First Steps Jumperoo is suitable from when baby can hold their head up to 23lbs.  Baby girl loved that the seat turned round, and she really enjoyed playing with all the toys within easy reach.  She particularly loved the roller ball frog at the front in red, and the crocodile to her right.


She also very happily bounced and moved along in there.  She's so close to taking her first steps, and the frame and seat support allowed her to move herself forward freely.  It has three different height adjustments too, so it will last a young baby for ages.

All in, we loved this, and I think the RRP of £124.99 is a pretty fair price for a toy that will give baby lots of play and independence, and give parents a few minutes 'hands free' to get other things done.  The footprint of it is pretty big, so I'd check it fits in your space before buying.


Disclaimer: this is an unsponsored post that gives our honest opinion of the new First Steps Jumperoo.  Thanks to Fisher-Price for giving us a demo of the product at The Baby Show NEC.

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