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Baby too large for jumperoo/exersaucer? Nicole 1 child; Florida 2033 posts
10th Jan '11

I've been reading that the weight limit is 25 lbs for most of the jumperoos and exersaucers that i've been looking at to buy.
My son is 6 months and is 20 lbs. He's just starting to learn to sit up, and I really wanted to have one of these for him. I'm afraid to buy one though, because he's already so heavy that he'll only get to use it for a month or so.



Do they make these with heavier weight limits?

Katie's Bees Virginia 15428 posts
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SharkBait 2 kids; Kansas 9080 posts
10th Jan '11

I had no idea they had such low weight limits. DD was in one and a little heavier than that

Nicole 1 child; Florida 2033 posts
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greenmamabecky☮ TTC since Jul 2013; 18 kids; Enfield, Connecticut 20987 posts
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While there is no weight limit for this saucer, it should stop being used in the 2nd stage when the child can walk, climb out or when they are 30" tall (or flat-footed in the saucer in its highest position). It can then be transformed into the play table mode for more fun. "

SharkBait 2 kids; Kansas 9080 posts
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jex2013 Japan 7 posts
7th Mar '13

Quoting l i n d s e y:" I've been reading that the weight limit is 25 lbs for most of the jumperoos and exersaucers that i've ... [snip!] ... because he's already so heavy that he'll only get to use it for a month or so. Do they make these with heavier weight limits?"



Unless the exersaucer is too tight for him, then you can still use it. Even those top exersaucers for babies infants and toddlers infants have weight limits. Just search for the brand and model and read the features.

twingals 2 kids; Ontario 600 posts
7th Mar '13

He'll probably be fine. His weight gain will definitely slow down and he'll be bored of it by around 10 months probably. Mine are pretty bored of theirs now and they are almost 9 months old. It was definitely good to have though!