Teaching your child to walk can be worrisome with all of the ways they can get hurt.
It can also be difficult on your back, being bent over all if the time holding onto their little hands.
That's where the Juppy Baby Walker Momentum comes in.
The idea is that your baby is strapped into a "seat" similar to a door jumper while the parent holds the baby up by straps allowing them to learn to walk while you get to stand straight as well and eliminates the dangers of wheeled walkers.
The Juppy Baby Walker has adjustable straps for the parents to accommodate those 4'11" to 6'11" with padded grips to make comfortable handles for the parent.
It folds small enough to fit in a purse and comes with a bag to help carry it when you don't have a purse on you.
It is also machine or hand washable.
I thought that the pictures of infants using the Juppy Baby Walker looked uncomfortable, but wanted to test it out anyway in case it could make a difference.
My son is already a walker and has been for a while (8 months), so he is pretty steady on his feet most of the time, but I figured he would be the perfect child to try it on just in case it didn't work as well as it should.
To be honest, I'm not sure how well it would work on a smaller infant.
My son was approx. 32 inches and over 20 lbs when I tried it on him (he is tall for his age) and it was pretty big around on him, even when made as small as it gets.
I'm not sure I would trust it to properly hold up a child under 20lbs properly.
I would recommend it to parents who have children 12 months or older and aren't walking on their own, but not before that because of how big the seat is.
You can check out the Juppy Baby Walker, watch videos of the product and purchase at: The Juppy Company
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On twitter: The Juppy Walker on twitter
On YouTube: Juppy on YouTube
The walker comes in pink, black or blue.
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