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Or do they make them less inclined to walk independently?

Posted by mom111059, 2nd September 2016

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  • My first loved it… he loved the independence of it… but he wanted to be upright and walking from 7 months… mama and papa couldn’t support that. So a jolly jumper and a walker had him walking at 10months. My second hated being in one.

  • walkers being parents YES very good for babies

  • I was told everything in moderation! As long as you arent putting bub in there to sit all day then its not going to harm development. Lots of tummy time and sitting etc will help to counteract it

  • I was advised against a walker by my MCHN and mothers group facilitator. Walkers can be bad for your babies back as well as their depth perception.

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