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Discussion in 'Baby Club' started by mandzzzz, Jan 23, 2011.
Can anyone recommend any toys that encourage lo to pull herself up, she's just starting to do it xx
The Leap Frog Learn and Groove Musical Table. Ronan still likes playing with his.
Yep! Also his excersaucer has these little extra feet to help it stand without wobbling, that works well too!
The vtech walker
This is what Daisy learnt to pull herself up with and she LOVED it, definately recommend it
The Vtech walker.
And this - not what is meant for but she got on with it really well https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fisher-Price-Sing-Along-Star-Stage/dp/B000NW2AVC/ref=sr_1_14?ie=UTF8&qid=1295799695&sr=8-14
The sofa, the coffee table... all with exciting adult things just out of reach
Our coffee table. All the 'toys' and activity tables for babies were too light and he kept pulling them onto his head.
I have just bought this from Ikea.
Anything on the couch she's not supposed to have . But she first did it to get one of her toys that her Dad had left on the coffee table I've heard really good things about the leapfrog table though x
I can recommend the Leapfrog Learn & Groove activity table. My LO will stand for ages playing with this x
Furniture only. Omar was too tall for his walker & it was too light. We have a v-tech walker but he only used the playing board & never used it as a walker. He started walking few days before his bday.
Has anyone got fisher price sit to stand giraffe as I have ordered this for LO any wondered if it's any good?
We have the giraffe LO loves it stands holding on for ages although holds from standing ifkwim does not pull himself up have a feeling would possibly topple - learnt very quickly to put balls onto track too was surprised
we have the giraffe at work (babyroom in a nursery) and all the children love it, also the V-TECH walkers are nice and sturdy, other one's we've had haven't been strong enough and the LO's end up tumbling. the learn and groove's also really good. with molly we had a little table and out her toys up there, she would stand for ages playing especially with crayons or glue! we also used to make an obsticle course so she could cruise aroud the furniture. x
Lo has a vtech walker but it's a bit to fast on the laminate, or do you mean on the locked setting where it doesnt move
We have bought a gorgeous toy box https://www.kiddicare.com/webapp/wc..._mmc=Froogle-_-Shopping Sites-_-CPC-_-Froogle
- really heavy and sturdy, correct height and he knows all the toys are in it and that's where he has to go to. Favourite musical toys on top out of reach to encourage him - he mastered it in no time.
Now playing at his ELC activity table -
and learning to let go, stand and walk without holding on, because he gets carried away with putting the balls in the holes!