I don't know, I really don't time Hannah but she hasn't quite figured out the jumping part yet She does like to sit in it and "cat watch" and play with the toys though and we do try to teach her what to do. Anyways I digress I don't see why that would be to much time?
We keep it down to 20 minutes a day. My sister-in-law owns her own clicnic and knows of a few babies that had to go for physical therapy etc due to spending too much time in the jumperoo. She told us that as long as he has lots of tummy time then its fine to go in the jumperoo.
What happens is they build up too much muscle in their legs, but not enough in their core muscles and arms.
Each to their own. I'd rather err on the safe side, but then I am quite a paranoid mom and try do everything by the book.
Hannah but she hasn't quite figured out the jumping part yet
bless her! It took Teddy one day to figure ok the jumping bit and now he is a jumping bean and I was so pleased when he reached out for a hanging frog today. He cant always figure out to have his feet flat though and can bounce on his roled up toes which i worry about! ouch.
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