baby reins?

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  1. Mrs-N

    Mrs-N Mummy to Joshua James

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    hi.

    im thinking of getting joshua some reins.

    he wants to walk everywhere and its killing my back leaning over all the time.
    i was thinking that some reins would help him get his balance better and to learn to walk abit quicker.

    what type of reins would you suggest?
     
  2. Serene123

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    Reins aren't to teach them to walk, they're to stop them running away when they can walk.
     
  3. Wobbles

    Wobbles BnB Co-Founder ~ Retired

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    You mean when your out?

    I wondered something like this I see all the reins for 2 years + yet I'd like to take Caitlin for a walk to help her more with her walking x
     
  4. Wobbles

    Wobbles BnB Co-Founder ~ Retired

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    And falling on the floor when they trip ;) as you have them held up!

    x
     
  5. Serene123

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    But Joshua can't even get himself up yet or walk properly right?
     
  6. Mrs-N

    Mrs-N Mummy to Joshua James

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    yeah just when we are in the garden really.

    hes walks fine holding our hand but its just a case of it kills my back.
    the other day i got a good grip of his t-shirt in the middle of his back,so he was standing on his own and he walked fine.

    the do the 'normal' ones but ive seen these ones too.

    https://www.thewalkolong.com/
     
  7. Mrs-N

    Mrs-N Mummy to Joshua James

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    no he cant toria but hes always on his feet.

    i just thought instead of me leaning to hold him i could use reins.

    maybe not then.
     
  8. Serene123

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    I think you're pushing him too much. He can't even crawl or bum shuffle, right?
     
  9. Wobbles

    Wobbles BnB Co-Founder ~ Retired

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    Ohhhhh haha didn't look at age I thought he was walking properly ...I don't see any mad harm in your idea though if hes trying to get on his feet and taking steps :D
     
  10. Mrs-N

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    yeah hes trying to get on his feet now and he takes a few steps on his own.
     
  11. Serene123

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    It's your baby, that was just my opinion. I don't like baby reins full stop lol
     
  12. Mrs-N

    Mrs-N Mummy to Joshua James

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    yeah i know its your opinion toria.

    why do you think im pushing him too much.

    hes not ganna crawl he gonna go straight to walking.
    i thought if he wants to walk i should encourage him.
     
  13. Wobbles

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    Awww well done on first steps - My Caitlin was lazy lol it was her 1st birthday we got a step I think then properly couple of days later x
     
  14. Wobbles

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    How come? You won't use them?
     
  15. Mrs-N

    Mrs-N Mummy to Joshua James

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    he too his first steps a week before he was 7 months.

    but as he cant crawl he cant get bk up again he he falls.
     
  16. Wobbles

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    Ive seen a few people say their baby went straight to walking - well done Joshuha :D
     
  17. Serene123

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    I didn't know babies could walk without crawling or bum shuffling, but I guess there are exceptions to every rule. He's your baby and I can only go by what you say about how he is, that he doesn't play or crawl. That doesn't sound like a baby thats ready to walk but in real life he might be? Does that make sense.. I can't see his ability through BnB :blush:
     
  18. Serene123

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    I might use them but won't if I don't need to. Nothing against reins just don't like the look of them lol
     
  19. Wobbles

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    Toria some babies do go straight to steps!

    :D
     
  20. Mrs-N

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    oh toria ur making me feel guilty.
     

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